About PatientCrossroads

Discover the Power of the PIN

Since 2007, we have built more than 80 PINs and inspired thousands of patients to join the movement to collect and share data as broadly as possible to benefit patients. We believe that advances are made when results are shared, information is collected in a standardized way, and when patients are at the center.

What is a Patient Insights Network?

A PatientCrossroads PIN is an online platform for collecting health information from patients around the world. PIN data is safeguarded and shared to help researchers and drug developers understand the symptoms, diagnosis, test results, genetics, quality of life and cost of living with serious diseases and health conditions.  

What Happens When You Join

As a registered PIN member you can take health surveys, upload medical records and maintain your privacy while you learn about the latest research and clinical trials. You own your data. You opt-in and decide what to share and when you want to be contacted. We promise. After you take a survey you can see responses and learn how others manage similar health challenges. De-identified data is also shared with researchers and companies working to improve care and find cures for diseases like yours. Make your voice heard. Join today.

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What is PROMPT?
PROMPT is a collaborative effort across academic institutions and commercial labs to answer important questions about new genetic tests.
 
For additional information about the relationship between PatientCrossroads and PROMPT, please visit promptstudy.info.
 
Who should join?
Individuals found to have alterations in genes associated with cancer risk.
 
Why should I join?
To help researchers quickly learn information that will help develop the right way to manage risks associated with alterations in cancer susceptibility genes.
 
What do I need to do?
Once you have registered for PROMPT you will be invited to complete a questionnaire describing your family history of cancer.
 
Where can I find more information about multi-gene panels?
For more information about multi-gene panels, including information about specific genes, please visit http://www.promptstudy.info

If you have any questions about participating in PROMPT, please contact: prompt@uphs.upenn.edu.

Download the PROMPT informational flyer