Disease registries are crucial and serve as a sensible tool for collecting, administering and evaluating information on diagnostics, therapy and process monitoring for diseases.
Disease registry data provide a solid basis for epidemiological and medical research evaluations and analyses. In addition, a disease registry can be used as an instrument for developing well-founded recommendations on diagnostics, therapeutic methods and also offer optimization processes for market approaches.
Registry data renders large-scale appraisals and evaluations on current and in particular novel diagnostic methods (lab and diagnostic imaging), operative (surgical), radiotherapeutic and medicinal therapy forms.
They are an essential and important channel for medical societies, health care service providers, hospitals, private practices and are also considered vital for manufacturers of pharmaceutical products and the medical technology industry.
We are involved in all process phases for developing disease registries beginning at the development of the idea for
and ending at offering support for scientific research publications. Our experienced and competent registry team can leverage, build-up and maintain processes to ensure that your registry project is a success from the beginning to the end.
Our expert staff has many years of experience in applying high-end IT solutions and possesses extensive knowledge in the medical and care giving areas for capturing and evaluating patient data on all levels.
We develop optimal customized databases according to service-oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructures that rely on current web technologies and cater to your individual registry standards and requirements. Subsequently, we can offer you automated and interactive technology software using different interfaces to initiate inquiries, tracks all changes, generate reports, and provide an easy handling for the data manager and registry monitors involved.
We cooperate with and assist you in each developmental stage.
As a service provider for the build-up and maintenance of disease registries, we have gained a wide range of invaluable experiences.