Whether you simply want to collect and report on just PHIN PROMs or you require a comprehensive, organisation wide PROMs platform for all pathways, specialties and registry data, Amplitude has the solution.
Amplitude is the leading supplier of electronic patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) to both the NHS and private healthcare organisations as in the UK. Trusted by renowned institutions including Nuffield, King Edward VII, Ramsay, Medi-Clinic South Africa and over 20 NHS Trusts, our system is also widely used by UK and international clinical registries.
Our off-the-shelf PHIN entry level system ensures you meet all your PHIN PROMs reporting needs with ease. The reports generated by Amplitude are “ready to go” (submission ready) as Amplitude includes all necessary PHIN patient identifiers as standard and is also able to include multiple procedures and multiple sites.
Automated workflows optimise data entry, ensuring high compliance rates with enhanced patient engagement through our multi-lingual portal.
If you have the requirement, there is the option to add more pathways and functionality. Amplitude is your one stop platform for all PROMs data entry and reporting whether to PHIN, National PROMs, NJR, BSR, BOFAS, UKKOR, BSSH, ICRS, NAHR, NLR and others. You can also easily record complexity factors and co-morbidities for accurate PROMs review.
Our system puts you in control by giving you access to real-time data, out of the box dashboard reports, a range of customised reports, as well as an easy-to-use report writing tool.
Decades of experience ensure a well-thought-out and developed product. With vast expertise in building interfaces with hospital systems to reduce administration overheads, implementing systems efficiently, delivering exceptional customer support, and dedicated account management, we guide clients though a smooth process to provide tangible ongoing value from outcome data. We prioritise partnerships with our clients for flexibility and adaptability in fast-paced and what can be complex environments.
Quality is paramount; we don’t cut corners in any area of our product, service, security or support at every step of the way.
Choose either our patient self-registration functionality, where patients log-in and register themselves before entering their PROMs data. Or choose to interface Amplitude with your EPR or PAS system to electronically on-board patients, achieving significantly higher levels of patient compliance.
Decide if you want any pathways in addition to those required by PHIN. This can range from just the PHIN Satisfaction Module for every procedure carried out in your hospital, to a pathway for every single intervention covered by your organisation, and any sub-set in between.
PHIN PROMs only
For those organisations just wishing to capture PHIN PROMs, you can stop wasting time on the creation and formatting of PHIN data extracts! Amplitude generates a structured “ready to go” report with all necessary identifiers included. This makes consolidation with other PHIN required data seamless, so you no longer have to waste precious time preparing data submissions or rely on the accuracy of error-prone manual tasks.
PHIN and Registries
For those Providers who dread having yet another system to manage PROMs, Patient Satisfaction, and other mandated registries such as National PROMs, NJR (National Joint Registry), and BSR (British Spine Registry), Amplitude provides you with a single platform that does it all. No other system provider offers this level of inclusivity. Data is entered once, retained by the organisation, and gets sent electronically to the relevant stakeholders. No fuss! Job done!
PHIN, Registries and any other pathways
For Providers who want to collect PROMs across their whole organisation, whatever the intervention, Amplitude can support you. And don’t forget the case mix adjustment capability which means you can carry out meaningful analysis of this data to help identify areas of service improvement and, if you so choose, publish and promote the quality-of-care patients can expect from your hospital(s) and clinicians.
September 15, 2023
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