As the NHS continues on a journey towards digital maturity, the intelligent use of patient data, and other information assets, is fundamental in the creation of sustainable healthcare. Accurate data, intelligent analytics and meaningful reporting all play an integral role in delivering efficient services whilst making informed planning decisions for the future.
Accurate data, intelligent analytics and meaningful reporting all play an integral role in delivering efficient services whilst making informed planning decisions for the future. Making effective use of clinical registries and outcomes is a priority for NHS England, this presents an opportunity to deliver greater understanding of conditions, manage patients more effectively and find opportunities to deliver efficiency savings. Managed correctly, the data within clinical registries provides an invaluable resource to drive local and national understanding that can significantly improve patient care.
However, many clinical registries have been developed independently using disparate, unsophisticated systems. As registries have evolved, many have outgrown their initial functionality and fail to deliver the reporting and analytics required to deliver real change. A lot of systems do not aggregate at a national level and present significant Information Governance risks.
The Arden & GEM Clinical Registries Application
Our clinical registries application puts commissioners and providers in control by combining easy and accurate data capture with individually tailored intelligent reporting. By optimising the use of clinical registry data you will have a wealth of registry and outcomes information at your fingertips that can support improvements across the conditions of specific interest for your health economy.
Each application is collaboratively designed and built to deliver against the individual requirements of your organisation. Our intuitive and user friendly front end application is supported by powerful analytics that deliver valuable intelligence - not just information.
Registries can be built for any disease or condition, with data fields designed to deliver a range of outputs including: improved planning, better management of conditions, cost analysis and opportunity spotting for efficiency savings.
Our web based applications are delivered using the secure N3 network and are fully compliant with Information Governance and data security regulations. All of our solutions offer user permissions structures that ensure data is audience appropriate and also provide an auditing history and backup facility. We also complete extensive ‘penetration testing’ to ensure that all security requirements are met and surpassed.
By customising our existing registries we deliver solutions that are individually tailored without the costs associated with developing from scratch.
“The rapid development of a clinical registry for hepatitis C delivered a high quality solution. Others had struggled to solve this problem, but the Arden & GEM team resolved the issues within a short space of time and delivered an excellent solution.”
Graham Foster, Professor of Hepatology at NHS England
Find out more about how our clinical registries are creating intelligence through clinical data by accessing the resources below.
With specialised commissioning growing at a rapid pace and requiring some of the most costly interventions, the reliance on advanced data analysis to understand, monitor and manage care is increasing.
Arden & GEM’s business intelligence team developed a hepatitis C patient registry and treatment outcome system to improve the quality of data analysis to enable effective expenditure planning, inform the creation of new clinical service models and to maximise effectiveness of treatment.
When the Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) needed a new clinical measures data collection system to support its quality improvement programmes, Arden & GEM was chosen to deliver the project via a competitive procurement on the Lead Provider Framework.
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