SNC purpose is to turn data into actionable information you can use to drive your clinical objectives forward. Medical research, clinical studies, identifying new trends and improving patient outcomes are all reasons to be using a patient registry tool.
Used by large, companies, bio-tech and research organizations, high-volume medical practices and academic centers – SNC has proven to be a very important system provider when you need to:
- set up a patient, disease or medical device registry
- rapidly collect patient data from one or many locations
- create an information repository – pulling data from third party systems
- mine your data to see if drug therapies and services are working
- report on adverse events
- publish and present your findings
- track combination therapies
- monitor trends
- assist practice management
- improve outcomes for your patients
Knowing what to do is half the battle. Empowering your team with the right tools can dramatically improve how you get there. Learn more about the many advantages, benefits and features of SNC, web-based patient registry solution can help you improve patient outcomes.
Healthcare is a very important part of our society and it is imperative for healthcare providers to do their jobs in an efficient and effective manner. Each day hundreds of thousands of patients enter healthcare facilities challenging the administration to run the show smoothly. The employees have to manage and integrate clinical, financial and operational information that grows with the practice. Previously, this data was organized manually, which was time consuming and failed to deliver the desired level of efficiency. Most professionally run hospitals and clinics now rely on Hospital Information Systems (HIS) that help them manage all their medical and administrative information.
Modern HIS includes many applications addressing the needs of various departments in a hospital. They manage the data related to the clinic, finance department, laboratory, nursing, pharmacy, diets/ nutrition, radiology and pathology departments. The hospitals that have switched to HIS have access to quick and reliable information including patients’ records illustrating details about their demographics, gender, age etc. By a simple click of the mouse they receive important data pertaining to hospital finance systems, diet of patients, and even the distribution of medications. With this information they can monitor drug usage in the facility and improve its effectiveness. Many hospitals have as many as 200 disparate systems combined into their HIS.
Hospital information systems have become very advanced and new innovations are continuously being introduced. But a HIS is useless if it confuses the hospital employees. The system must be user friendly and should include training by the vendors. A good HIS offers numerous benefits to a hospital including but not limited to the delivery of quality patient care and better financial management. The HIS should also be patient centric, medical staff centric, affordable and scalable. The technology changes quickly and if the system is not flexible it will not be able to accommodate hospital growth. An effective HIS also delivers benefits such as:
+ enhances information integrity
+ reduces transcription errors
+ reduces duplication of information entries
optimizes report turnaround times
Q2 Solutions offers a complete e-pathology solution that allows us to share results around the world. We offer unsurpassed in-house capabilities and global access to some of the world’s leading pathologists. Whether for product development insights or archival purposes, our digital pathology solutions offer the reliability, accuracy and convenience you demand:
Digital pathology/whole slide scanning, with digital slide scanning hubs in the US, UK, and China
Automated image analysis including custom quantitation algorithms for novel markers
Available as part of our clinical trials service or as a stand-alone service
20X and 40X scanning magnification
Full views of the entire specimen
Image analysis of tissue samples
When you partner with SNC, we’ll give you the time to do prevention and surveillance while our team of infection control preventionists (ICPs) reviews your cultures for evidence of hospital acquired conditions (HACs) and hospital acquired infections (HAIs).
SNC can help you spend more time on the floor preventing infection by providing a flexible, dependable infection control services that will act as an extension of your department.
As the industry leader in quality data abstraction and clinical surveillance services, we understand the challenges presented by the newest infection control measures and guidelines. We work with hospitals of all sizes to offer the highest quality services with the flexibility to adapt to your timeline and your specific processes.
Telemedicine uses technology such as two-way video, email, wireless phones and other forms of telecommunication to link patients with the medical care they need, regardless of their physical location.
Over the past 40 years, telemedicine has gradually transformed the way health care is delivered, particularly to patients in rural and underserved communities. SNC with its partnering organizations are harnessing the technology to increase patient access to vital medical services.
Benefits of Telemedicine
Telemedicine improves the quality of care we provide to patients and families by:
- Facilitating access to health care closer to home
- Allowing immediate access to specialists during emergency situations, such as stroke, and faster access to specialists than through traditional office visits
- Eliminating the need to travel long distances for specialty care or follow-up visits
- Improving continuity of care through streamlined communication between providers
- Allowing physicians to care for more patients in shorter time frames than a typical in-person appointment
Providing cost savings to both patients and the health care system