As a tailored Medical Management, Clinical Trial and Patient Continuity of Care Application, PatientX 360™ drives improved efficiency through reduced costs, and effectiveness through increased patient engagement.


The idea for PatientX 360came about when the team considered how OSG’s powerful behavioral analytics technology, enabling a deep understanding of patients’ experiences, could inform the optimum way to interact with them. PatientX technology can improve engagement and retention for drug trials or can be used to engage patients more effectively in the management of their care.

PatientX has been designed to be highly flexible and easily configurable to address a wide variety of health applications for pharmaceutical companies, contract research organisations, hospitals, group practices, health insurance payers, medical device manufacturers and many more.


Capturing all the live data from PatientX featuring:


  • Geo representation
  • Full customizable graphical summaries
  • Ability to drill down multiple levels to individual patient to see alerts, schedule data – PRO, drugs, visits, tests and survey data
  • Ability to create different dashboard views for different user levels
  • Ability to review and enrol new patients

The Power of PatientX 360

For pharmaceutical companies / Contract Research Organisations:

  • Clinical Trials
  • Real World Evidence / Adherence studies post launch of new drugs
  • Patient Registry or Phase IV Life Cycle Management

For providers (hospitals, group practices, Accountable Care Organizations, Integrated Delivery Networks):

  • Improving outcomes by managing patients in their post-care setting (for example, reducing readmission to hospitals by managing and nudging patients when they are outside the hospital)
  • Managing along the continuum of care, tracking patients
  • Reducing Opioid use

For health insurance payers:

  • Behavioral nudging and improving patient outcomes
  • Continuum of care, tracking

For medical device manufacturers:

  • Integrating device data when patients are in acute and post-acute settings