More good news for Amplitude users this week, as they can now collect all their registry data within their pro one™ and pro enterprise™ accounts and have this sent automatically to their desired registries, without the duplication of data entry! This
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
Written by Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Dennis Kosuge, of The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust and published in the British Orthopaedic Association Journal of Trauma & Orthopaedics – Vol 5 / Issue 1.
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
UK based IT healthcare systems specialist, Amplitude Clinical, has announced today that recent growth has led to a natural separation from its former alliance with Bluespier International. The success of the Company has inevitably led to regular recruitment and is
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
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"
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