The Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health Blood & Marrow Transplant Center in Ohio, US, has selected Remedy Informatics' research data management and reporting solution to help improve patient care.
The ComprehensiveBMT solution is expected to help the centre to improve patient outcomes and increase operational efficiency, as well as enabling clinicians and researchers to identify patterns and generate research insights to improve outcomes for patients.
Remedy Informatics founder and CEO Gary Kennedy said, "They [Jewish Hospital's BMT Center] quickly recognised that while automatic reporting will improve their data management capabilities, the big win here is to utilise the unique aspects of ComprehensiveBMT in order to gain research insights that enable them to make quality improvements to benefit their patients."
ComprehensiveBMT, which is designed with new tools to aggregate, map, harmonise and analyse data, will enable BMT Center to aggregate data from disparate sources into a clinical registry and capture longitudinal patient data through a web-based patient portal.
The solution will also help the centre to customise electronic data capture forms and identify patterns with data visualisation tools.
Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health Blood & Marrow Transplant Program medical director Randolph Broun said, "We're looking forward to improved efficiencies with electronic submission of data to CIBMTR, but we're even more excited about the ability to gain a deep and broad view of our data so we can deliver the best possible outcomes for our patients."