HOPES is the first healthcare-specific platform to monitor patient healthcare outcomes and facilitate doctors’ decision-making.

Its scorecard structure can be tailored to different specialities and the specific needs of the medical team.

HOPES incorporates the costs of each treatment and interacts with hospital IT systems. HOPES delivers details of treatment cost effectiveness and enhances patients’ quality of life.

HOPES transforms data into value added for patients, hospital specialists and the healthcare system in general.

Benefits of HOPES 

Benefits for patients

  • Customised treatment
  • On-going analysis of specific quality standards
  • Analysis of compliance rates
  • Enhanced treatment

Benefits for healthcare specialists

  • Real-time evaluation of healthcare outcomes to pinpoint and remedy deviations
  • Establish compliance indicators
  • Generate comparative reports of actual / forecast costs

Benefits for the system

  • Sustainable public healthcare
  • Equal and universal access to innovation
  • Efficient management of healthcare resources
  • Synergies between hospitals
  • Knowledge and analysis of incidents

Real-World Evidence

HOPES operates on the basis of real-world data, bridging the gaps in healthcare IT systems, gathering and analyzing key health indicators, and focusing on serious diseases with high economic and health impact in the hospital setting. In short, real-world evidence = value added for doctors and wellbeing for patients.

Eighty percent of existing data are unstructured. Healthcare and hospital data are no exception.

HOPES gathers and compiles relevant data to monitor patient evolution in real time. HOPES delivers healthcare outcomes and treatment costs to enhance the decision-taking of professionals in the healthcare industry.

Compare new and standard treatments; calculate cost-effectiveness of treatments; analyse groups of behaviour; implement risk-sharing policies, and much more.

HOPES makes for fast, effective data viewing thanks to its simple, user-friendly interface.