RAIDR

Developed in partnership with clinicians, commissioners and providers RAIDR is a BI tool that provides a single portal to help improve quality, safety and efficiency. RAIDR enables you to navigate, select and drill down to gain intelligence, providing flexible reports from high level trends to patient level data, and visualising powerful intelligence on patient pathways and dynamic easy to use risk stratification tools.

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Capacity Tracker

The award winning digital web-based Capacity Tracker - built in partnership with NHS England, Local Authority representatives and care home providers - enables care homes to share their available capacity in real time and allows users to search for care home availability across England. The system helps the user identify suitable care homes helping the individual to make the right choice for them and ensuring that they don’t stay in hospital any longer than is necessary.

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Value Based Commissioning

Value Based Commissioning (VBC) and Evidence Based Interventions (EBI) are at the heart of all CCG plans. This ensures efficient use of NHS resources and that patients receive safe care driven by the most up to date clinical evidence to ensure the best outcomes. NECS has developed a comprehensive VBC programme, which includes the web based system ‘VBC Checker.’ This system provides an instant funding decision on a patient meeting the policy criteria and prior funding approval for procedures covered in the local policy.

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Urgent and Emergency Care App

UEC-RAIDR provides near real time information about the status of urgent and emergency health and social care services across a region for use by operational and managerial staff and benefits from notifications alerting users to changes in the system and predictive modelling to support planning for and identifying surge.

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Capacity Tracker Australia

The Capacity Tracker is an award-winning web-based system. It enables residential aged care facilities (RACFs) and GPs to share their business continuity information in real-time and allows Commissioners to quickly offer targeted support when it is required. The system has already demonstrated real value in the response to Covid-19 across the UK and Australia.

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Liver Surveillance

Trusts often find the management of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cirrhotic liver surveillance patients to be a challenge. These patients require regular surveillance over a long period, and it can be difficult to manage the logistics of where a patient is within their surveillance cycle. NECS has developed an application to improve clinical safety and governance.

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