In a recent report, published by the Commonwealth Fund, a US think tank, it has been revealed that the NHS has been ranked as the number one health system, for the 2nd time, in a comparison of 11 other countries
Amplitude Clinical Outcomes, based in Droitwich Worcestershire, has earned a huge achievement in enabling the first NHS Trust in the UK, and possibly globally, to submit National PROMs electronically.
The Royal Berkshire Hospital Foundation Trust (RBHFT) is the first hospital in the United Kingdom to submit National Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) electronically. The core values of the RBHFT Orthopaedics Department means that patients are at the heart of everything
Involving your patients in decisions about their care is of course best practice. However, getting them to provide you data on their progress long after treatment and when their problem or injury is no longer an issue, is a challenge,
Clinical Registries are becoming increasingly popular and more commonplace amongst specialist societies and other clinical groups and organisations. Understanding outcomes for patients, in all clinical specialties, is at the centre of any registry; but until recent times, data capture and
Amplitude Clinical Outcomes is delighted to celebrate another addition to its ever increasing list of valued customers. Welcome, to Yeovil Hospital’s Orthopaedic Department! Yeovil will be using Amplitude’s pro enterprise™ solution to collect PROMs, as well as submitting electronic National PROMs
Amplitude is delighted to announce that it has successfully completed the first ever electronic submission of National PROMs data, from an Amplitude pro enterprise™ Trust system to NHS Digital, in collaboration with MES, the Trust's National PROMs provider. National PROMs include
Amplitude Clinical is the leading provider of electronic PROMs and clinical outcome solutions to the NHS and is being implemented to support the GIRFT initiative. By implementing the GIRFT approach to patient care, NHS Trusts and Hospitals now have the
Amplitude Clinical featured in the BMJ, demonstrating the UK’s first large scale implementation of electronic PROMs data capture
The paper was reviewed by Nick Black, who stated in his review “This is a very welcome demonstration of the feasibility of implementing PROMs data capture using electronic technology. Although there has been much talk of such a development (and
The 1960's were radical times for all those who played their part in the ‘swinging’ decade. Amidst revolutionary shifts in the world of the arts and social policies, as an era it would lay the foundations for the "information age"