Passion for Patient-Centric Care

 

The Metrixcare platform enables an integrated, patient-centric view of clinical and corporate information with a choice of complimentary modules that enhance patient engagement, governance, accreditation and improvement.

With an innovative data architecture, powerful data visualisations and configurable governance frameworks Metrixcare provides an analytics capability that supports value based care.

Aged Care - reflection and hope

 

With the commencement of hearings this week at the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality & Safety we have been following proceedings here at Metrixcare with interest but also great sadness.

The Metrixcare Platform

Metrixcare Core / Core +

At the heart of the Metrixcare platform is a comprehensive, flexible and agile Enterprise Data Warehouse that provides the central repository for clinical and corporate information. Even if health care providers already own a data warehouse or other relational or analytic information store, Metrixcare can map directly to this information without replication into its own data repository.

Governance, BI, Reporting

Metrixcare has at its core a comprehensive business intelligence and reporting capability that is integrated with a range of pre-configured or custom governance frameworks.

Patient Journey & Care Workflow

The Metrixcare Patient Feedback and Experience Module provides the ability to collect, analyse and improve the patient care experience with the goal of delivering the best value care that matters to patients.

Value Analytics

This novel module for value optimisation of both cost and quality demonstrates the range of efficiencies for particular quality outcomes for multiple hospitals or a single facility.

Advisory Services

The platform supports a wide range of predictive analytics models and machine learning approaches which enable healthcare organisations to optimise performance using insights contained within their own data.

Latest News

Is Variation the Enemy of Quality?

Early in my career I thought of it like this. If things differ then outcomes also must differ so if we standardise care then quality follows. Neat, easy and of course as luck would have it, this turns out to be right - and wrong. Some standardisation often...

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