// HOW IT WORKS
Celéri’s turnkey solution allows partners to rapidly and seamlessly participate in our cloud-based, live disease communities – through longitudinal, observational real-world datasets.
With a robust group of participating real-wold pain providers, we generate live and continuously-updating data and deliver meaningful disease insights to support our partners’ real-world research efforts.
// OUR DISEASE COMMUNITIES
Our Science Cloud contains set-aside, pre-defined pain condition cohorts for fast collaboration and analysis.
Leverage our constantly updating pain dataset with only patients with active neoplasms or metastatic disease. Analyze the pain interventions in play for those patients, compared to other pain presentations.
Visualize data on pain patients suffering from conditions like stenosis, spondylolisthesis, failed back surgery, osteoarthritis, arthritis, cubital tunnel syndrome, lateral epicondylitis, medial epicondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, ligament injuries, migraine headache, etc.
Review the pain continuum of diabetic patients with painful neuropathy (peripheral, proximal, autonomic, focal..). Also, see any additional co-morbid conditions and their impact such as CVD, hypertension, hyperlipidemia…
Gather and review data on patients with co-existing behavioral health conditions such as mood disorders, depression, anxiety, and stress – and pain. Or, look at specific active substance or opioid use disorders in conjunction with parallel pain management to discover strategies for buprenorphine pharmacologic treatment plans.
Look deep into how pain and sleep have a real-world reciprocal, interdependent relationship. See sleep deficiency in duration or quality and correlation with reported pain severity. Even better – look at whether sleep deterioration over time is a driver of pain and whether sleep improvement can mitigate pain-related outcomes.
Access our data to look at RWD for migraine headaches, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), and post-concussive headaches. View responder information, longitudinal interventions, demographics, social history, personal history, and more.