INJURY AND ILLNESS SURVEILLANCE
Manage large-scale health monitoring projects, identify risk factors, measure the impact of prevention strategies and protect athletes’ health
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Monitor, Analyze, Prevent. Easily.
The world’s top sport organizations and injury research centers are trusting AthleteMonitoring to manage in and out-competition injury and illness surveillance, collect data for qualitative research projects and protect athletes’ health and well-being. See what it can do for you!
Identify injury trends
Measure the type, number and frequency of health problems.
Determine risk factors
Identify modifiable and non-modifiable factors that increase the risk of health problems.
Measure cost of injury
Accurately measure the severity and burden of illnesses and injuries on athletes’ ability to train and compete.
Evaluate preventive measures
Measure the effectiveness of prevention initiatives by comparing pre and post implementation injury data.
Evidence-based illness and injury surveillance made simple
Get a complete and nuanced picture of your athletes’ health burden with IOC-recommended tools and methods
AthleteMonitoring incorporates the OSTRC Questionnaire on Health Problems (OSTRC-H), an innovative injury and illness surveillance tool, scientifically validated for use in youth, amateur, Olympic and professional athletes. It also includes the latest Sport Medicine Diagnostic Coding System (SMDCS-2) and the Orchard Sports Injury and Illness Classification System (OSIICS-13).
Aligned with the IOC
AthleteMonitoring is fully aligned with the 2020 International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement as well as FIFA, FINA, IAAF, IGF consensus statements. It can be adapted to the IOC’s injury and illness surveillance system for multisport events, can be extensively customized directly by users and quickly adapted to virtually any sport, event and context.
Easy as 1-2-3
Getting started is easy: 1) Customize data collection forms, questionnaires and consent forms; 2) invite athletes to participate and; 3) automatically collect quality data and instantly generate all key illness and injury metrics and epidemiologic statistics you need to make informed decisions or write quality research papers.
The success of our national health screening and monitoring program is dependent on a secure, adaptive and innovative system which AthleteMonitoring continuously provides us
-Lars Haugvad, physiotherapist
Norwegian Olympic / Paralympic Program | Olympiatoppen
Better injury surveillance. Better prevention.
Optimize your prevention strategies with the most accurate illness and injury surveillance system available today
Athletes complete their daily / weekly health survey and self-report acute and overuse injuries, illnesses, symptoms, time-loss, medications, personal comments and more, using their smartphones or tablets.
Visualize key injury surveillance metrics in real-time, including: incidence, prevalence, severity, burden, time loss, injury rates, athlete availability and more.
Instantly identify the type, number and frequency of health problems, modifiable and non-modifiable factors, and determine prevention strategies to reduce the risk and improve athlete care.
Use the built-in injury surveillance dashboard to evaluate the effectiveness of your prevention strategies with evidence-based tools and methods. Export all key graphs, statistics and raw data in seconds and save researchers’ time and resources.
How it Works
AthleteMonitoring brings qualitative illness and injury surveillance to all sport organizations. Here is how it works.
Adapt the OSTRC questionnaire, add custom questions, add group-specific consent forms
SET BASELINE QUESTIONNAIRE
Add custom baseline questionnaire(s), define completion sequence
Activate reminders & notifications, verify training activities, injury mechanisms
Add / import athlete accounts, or add the app’s self-signup link on your website
Athlete complete the OSTRC questionnaire or health practitioners complete daily questionnaire
Open the health dashboard to visualize and export epidemiologic statistics
Shape the System to Fit your Needs
Make it yours
AthleteMonitoring is multi-team, multi-sport, supports 12 languages (English, French, German, Dutch, Arabic, Danish, Spanish, Portuguese, Thai, Chinese, Norwegian and Finnish) and can be branded to your organization (URL, logo, colors, etc)
Add extra features
Customize it all
A One-Stop Solution to Work Better. Faster.
All your data in one place
Centralize all illness and injury data, diagnoses, SOAP notes. Securely share information between the research-medical-performance teams, and improve data collection, analysis and management on a secure, HIPAA and GDPR compliant platform.
Take advantage of encrypted data and file storage, instant messaging, secure communication and bring epidemiologists, medical practitioners, coaches, S&C specialists and athletes together to create excellence.
Stay informed and focused
Extract anonymized data for research or take advantage of real-time epidemiologic statistics, dashbioards, intelligent alerts, automated reminders & customizable reports to easily make sense of complex data.
Streamline record keeping
Say goodbye to notepads, multiple Google forms & bulky spreadsheets as you securely manage data & records online in seconds. Store athlete injury surveillance data, docs, videos, medical records, questionnaire results and more, while maximizing data protection and privacy.
Save time & resources
Reduce data analysis time and the need of hiring specialized human resources, with AthleteMonitoring automated data analyzis and built-in epidemiological statistics. Calculate prevalence, incidence, burden, severity, etc. and produce complex graphs, data tables and easy-to-interpret reports in seconds, without the help of a biostatistician.
We’re here to help!
Use the app anywhere, anytime, on any device.
Easy to use
Available in 11 languages
HIPAA & GDPR compliant
Aligned with IOC consensus statements
Real-time epidemiologic statistics
Safe, secure & confidential
Read the Science
Injury surveillance in multi-sport events: the International Olympic Committee approach