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Web based technology allows businesses to reach consumers, anywhere in the world; and is now being used to support clinicians around the globe, to compare clinical outcomes across national borders. Amplitude, as an international enterprise, is pioneering the way in
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
The collection of patient reported outcome measures, also known as ‘outcome data’, is fast becoming an industry standard across the NHS and private healthcare providers. As such, although it isn’t always a popular measure, healthcare organisations are being forced to
Orthopaedic Product News - August 2015 A decline in post-fracture rates of mortality and improved levels of care. Launched in 2007, the UK National Hip Fracture Database (NHFD) is one of many initiatives aimed at increasing the quality of healthcare made available
Patients need to be motivated and whether this is extrinsic or intrinsic motivation, patients, like humans in all walks of life need to be motivated and driven to complete a task. It comes to no surprise that many people across the
On 5 May the HHS, Department of Health and Human Services, made the announcement that they would deliver $101 million to new community health centres totalling 164 across the United States in an effort to boost outcomes in patient healthcare.
What are PROMs? PROMs is an acronym for Patient Reported Outcome Measures, which are a way for the NHS to gather information from patients on how they perceive the effectiveness of the care they have been given. The purpose of PROMs