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A small healthcare research firm needed to link medication information with various international codes to their common active ingredients.
By linking international codes with their common active ingredients, participants were able to find and select their medications without entry error, and researchers to interrogate the information for common factors.
One of the UK's largest health insurance providers approached us to help them process a large number of claims from their partner healthcare providers.
With our content they were able to streamline claims processing and resolution with their care providers, leading to increased efficiency.
A clinical software provider discovered that their users were frequently exiting internal systems to access clinical content on the BNF. This resulted in inefficiency, due to interruptions in workflow.
By providing them with access to comprehensive and continually updated clinical content from the BNF in full, their users could access medicines information at critical points of care in the most efficient way.
A global systems provider needed to offer evidence-based interactions checking and guidance that would meet their users high clinical standards.
By providing them with crucial interactions information to embed in their systems, they could offer globally trusted, evidence-based content to their customers, enabling the provider to increase their market share in the region.
“We needed to ensure our world-class EPMA solution provided the most up-to-date and accurate advice on managing drug interactions, and Stockley’s Drug Interactions has met these crucial needs for our software. Since the launch of our EPMA solution, feedback from hospital clinicians and pharmacists has been very positive including the depth of content and detailed drug references that Stockley’s Drug Interactions provides”.
Chief Pharmacy Information Officer
Nervecentre Software Ltd
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We helped a small healthcare research firm working with a Government body capturing data from migraine sufferers on a national scale.
Patients signing up for the study needed to be able to log all medications in an app to help map trends and identify possible causation.
Patients may have had drugs prescribed and dispensed outside the country of study, but these still needed to be captured.
As the service was patient-facing, clinical data was not required.
We supplied a file containing the Martindale Preparations database. This contained medicines data from 40 countries, covering over 7,500 medications.
The data could be linked via various international codes to their common active ingredients, allowing app users to find and select their medications without entry error, and researchers to interrogate the data for common factors.
We helped a clinical software provider to improve the way in which their users accessed content by preventing inefficiencies in workflow.
Users of the software were frequently navigating out of their internal systems to access content from the BNF and other publications hosted on MedicinesComplete. This process cost time and reduced efficiency.
As the users operated in the clinical setting, up to date clinical content was required.
We were able to provide a file that contains the full clinical content, updated alongside the online version
to ensure currency of information and allow them to host on their own servers.
The data could be fully embedded into their systems in operation across the NHS. This allowed users to remain native within these systems as users could access shortcuts to clinically relevant information at the most relevant points of care.
One of the UK’s largest health insurance providers approached us to help them process a huge number of claims from their partner healthcare providers, including large numbers of medicines dispensed to patients.
We worked with them to develop an API endpoint that included a full set of drugs from the BNF including non-proprietary pricing (BNF Price).
The data contained many common codes (SNOMED CT, dm+d, DOI) to allow them to quickly import and link it with existing systems.
They now use the pricing information derived from the BNF to streamline their processing and resolution of claims with their healthcare providers.
Integration with internal systems increased the automation of processing and allowed for pricing
data to be updated on a much more regular basis, whilst preserving a record of previous prices for long term and complex claims.
A global clinical IT and solutions provider wanted to offer globally trusted, evidence-based content to their customers that could be accessed through their existing systems.
We worked with them to develop an API endpoint that included snapshot summaries, guidance and supporting evidence files from Stockley’s Drug Interactions.
The data was integrated seamlessly into their native clinical systems, ensuring supply of relevant and current information at critical points of care.
They now continue to increase market share in the region, from individual hospitals to state-wide health systems.
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