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Building an international Sickle Cell Disease Community

We want to inform, connect, and empower patients.

Giving you the insights to take control.

Eleven wants to ensure better quality patient care and experience, through both the advancement of standards and speed of intervention.

Own Your Health and Help Advance Sickle Cell Disease Research

We connect your hospital and everyday wellness data to allow clinicians and researchers to better develop from each patients experience.

Helping you improve your health and wellbeing.

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Request admission into the programme through your Physician or download the app and request admission.

We do
the work

We will connect with you, your GP, your physician and treatment centre to ensure you get all the information you need.

Admission Approved

We enrol you into the programme and start improving the quality of life and outcomes for you.

Your private info stays private.

Health should never come at the expense of your privacy. Your records are encrypted, protected and under your control. You decide what you want to share.

GDPR Compliant

The highest standards of privacy set by law.

End-to-end encryption

The same technology banks use to keep your information secure.

Focus Group

At Project Eleven, we run focus groups with the purpose incorporating the patient voice directly into the development of the unified Sickle Cell Disease data platform. The goal of this is to assess how patients feel in the context: psychological wellbeing, wearables. By gaining a deep level of insight around the specific needs of the patient, the aim is to fully incorporate the patient voice into future developments, ensuring all features are aligned to what will benefit patients day-to-day. Please email us if you want to join our next focus group.

Patient wearables

Much of the current system for monitoring Sickle Cell Disease rely on scheduled blood tests and diaries for self-reporting, which can in many cases show a low adherence rate long-term. We believe that, automated monitoring and tracking of vital metrics via wearable devices will reduce the need for patients to have to actively record these themselves, making life easier for people living with SCD, while also providing higher quality and more in-depth data to clinicians to improve quality of care.

Help us revolutionise Sickle Cell Disease health outcomes & research

We are always exploring more ways we can support patients, if you have any ideas we would love explore your ideas!

Please contact us.

Working with trusted experts and organisations.