Solutions for any care pathway

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CheckWare is designed specifically for health organisations and research projects within mental health and addiction treatment using clinical assessments.

CheckWare is web-based and automates the collection, scoring and reporting of test results. CheckWare has distribution rights for over 950 clinical assessments and clinics can add their own forms. The solution is used in mental health and addiction treatment for children, adolescents and adults in community health services and specialist health services.

The patient answers assessments from home or during an appointment and the reports showing current status and development over time are immediately available for the clinician. The solution is adaptable to any care pathway, can be integrated with electronic patient records and can document the entire health organisation's treatment efficiency.

Unlike current manual paper-based procedures, CheckWare offers a complete assessment solution for clinical use, where it can simultaneously collect patient data for research and outcome measure reporting. This increases the quality of treatment and frees up valuable resources.

Organisations that want to increase patient involvement and strengthen patient compentence can implement modules for self-management, such as goals and activities, diary and exercises. Research has shown that higher patient competence increases quality of life, reduces health issues and the pressure on NHS.

Physical health

CheckWare is developed for health organisations and research projects that want to offer digital self-reporting and self-management for their patients, independent of diagnosis.

Self-reporting can be adapted to the organisation's needs for data collection for any care pathway. CheckWare has distribution rights for over 950 clinical assessments and the clinic can add their own forms such as admission forms, pain assessments, breathing difficulty forms, and nutrition and life quality forms for monitoring during the treatment process. Patient Reported Outcome and Experience Measures (PROM and PREM) can be used during and after treatment.

Modules for digital self-management are particularly of interest for lifestyle disorders, chronic diseases, and where training programs are offered after surgery in connection to the rehabilitation process.

Self-reporting and self-management, in combination with auto-generated clinical reports provide the opportunity to follow up patients efficiently. The solution can retrieve data from health apps and include these for a full overview of the patient's health.

CheckWare can be integrated with electronic patient records and can also retrieve self-reported data for research and outcome measures, thus freeing up resources and time.

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Palliative care

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In cooperation with the Cicely Saunders Institute, CheckWare has developed an eHealth solution for palliative healthcare organisations to digitally assess patient demographics, phase of illness, and assessments such as the Australia-modified Karnofsky Performance Status (AKPS) and the Integrated Palliative care Outcome Scale (IPOS).

With automatic reports showing status and development over time, clinicians can immediately view patient progress. This increases the quality of care and frees up valuable resources.

CheckWare can be integrated with existing electronic patient records through our Partner API. By using CheckWare Quality Portal, data can be presented on an aggregated level by department and/or treatment.

Rehabilitation

CheckWare is very useful for rehabilitation organisations that want to offer digital self-reporting and self-management to their patients.

Self-reporting can be adapted to the organisation's needs for data collection through any rehabilitation and follow-up pathway. CheckWare has distribution rights for over 950 clinical assessments and the clinic can add their own forms. Admission forms, measures throughout treatment to monitor changes, and PROM and PREM during and after the treatment are often used.

When the patient has left the clinic, self-reporting can continue at home and CheckWare will automatically generate notifications if follow-up is needed. The organisation can thus reduce time on unnecessary follow-up routines.

CheckWare is also designed so that the organisation can offer training programs and self-management in rehabilitation. Self-reporting and self-management in combination with auto-generated clinical reports give you the opportunity to follow up the patients effectively and with good quality. The solution can also retrieve information from health apps and include these data in the solution for a complete overview of the patient's health.

CheckWare can be integrated with electronic patient records and at the same time retrieve self-reported data to research and outcome measures, thus freeing up valuable resources.


 
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Clinical research

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CheckWare is ideal for research projects that use clinical assessments. The solution automates the collection of research data and makes it easy to carry out extensive research studies with limited resources.

The solution can be adapted to the design of a specific study and automatically send digital assessments and notifications to respondents. It can be configured to collect information from a main respondent, from relatives and from interdisciplinary teams, both from home and at the clinic. 

The research project has continuous access to updated data. Everything is automatically documented and manual work with follow-up, registering and storing of research data is removed.

CheckWare is also adapted to multicentre studies where research is carried out across various clinics through shared assessment plans and other resources. In addition, both respondents and researchers can move between the centres.

CheckWare makes it easy to combine research with clinical work. Research data is transferred to analytical tools, while clinical reports are immediately available for the clinician.