EMIS Health analytics
Get a true picture of your population’s health.
Whether you want to view information about an individual organisation or need to analyse data on initiatives that involve several providers across areas and sectors, EMIS Health Analytics makes it easy for you to gain insight into the care you provide.
Created to work within EMIS Web, it takes full advantage of your data by structuring it into accessible dashboards, reports, charts and maps that are securely embedded into your clinical system.
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Get the most out of EMIS Web with #emiswebsmart
We offer a variety of training courses, which are flexible and can be tailored to meet specific needs. Our brand new #emiswebsmart training packages have been designed to save time, reduce effort and improve data quality. It’s about getting EMIS Web to do the hard work, so that you don’t have to.
From smart hints and tips, to guidance on building resources like protocols and concepts, or advanced configuration; our onsite training packages will help you work smarter, not harder.
Read more about our #emiswebsmart sessions on the Support Centre.
Manage your patients at risk of unplanned hospital admission
Our risk stratification solution is a fully integrated tool which uses the peer-reviewed and clinically validated QAdmissions algorithm. The embedded tool will search on 29 different risk factors within the patients record, producing an individual risk score which supports the clinician to case-find patients and create a personalised care plan preventing an unplanned hospital admission.
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Enterprise search and reports
Identify the right people at the right time to improve care
Throughout the UK, NHS organisations are benefiting from instant access to GP data using EMIS Web Enterprise Search & Reports.
CCGs, Public Health, GP Federations and Health Boards can perform centralised real time searches on the data held by any EMIS practice.
Fast and efficient
It’s a fast, efficient way to see up to the minute health information that can be used in a number of ways to benefit patient care, for example:
- improving call and recall rates such as childhood vaccinations. For NHS Tower Hamlets this has improved uptake of MMR second dose from just over 80 per cent to almost 95 per cent
- ensuring accuracy and consistency of medical records – making sure there is a diagnosis present if medication for the disease or problem has been recorded
- gathering data to improve the quality of services and monitor patient care to assess initiatives
- to assess potential cardiovascular risk when used in combination with QRisk – the cardiovascular risk score developed by the University of Nottingham in partnership with EMIS Health.
The entire process saves time because data is collected remotely and is available immediately, without relying on visits to practices to collect information.