Powerful analytics at your fingertips
RAIDR presents a broad suite of dashboards covering a wide range of themes. Data from previously isolated sources are drawn together and presented in a way that puts the power in your hands. We take complex and often substantial datasets and present them via visualisations that make understanding light and effortless.
GP clinical system data at aggregate and patient level, supporting clinical cohort analysis, and identification of at-risk patients using risk stratification tools. Linkage of primary care data to secondary care admissions. Facilitates improvements in data quality and optimisation of QOF registers to improve clinical outcomes for patients. Supports reporting for national and regional initiatives and programmes including Population Health Management.
Utilises Community Services (CSDS) and Secondary Uses (SUS) data. Provides right time access to inpatient, outpatient, A&E, Community Services and 111 patient activity. Aggregate level for benchmarking and trend analysis. Patient identifiable level to enhance individual care. Ability to monitor outcomes and address health inequalities. Supports population health management.
Daily hospital admissions, discharges, A&E attendances and out of hours (OOH) contacts across the Urgent and Emergency care system. Identification of patients at risk of re-admission to hospital using the LACE algorithm. Supports proactive care management of patients still in a hospital bed. Enables trend analysis to support future planning of primary care support to the urgent care system.
Quality & Performance
Key national performance indicators available at CCG, Integrated Care Community (ICC), GP Practice and Provider Trust level. Exception and scorecard reporting for a wide range of data from local and national sources and facilitates benchmarking across integrated care partnerships. Exception reporting on key local and national indicators supporting effective performance management.
Finance & Contracting
Monthly activity and budget monitoring to identify contract pressure points. Benchmarking spend per head of population to identify unwanted variations.
RAIDR’s Integrated Care dashboard provides a single version of the truth across care sectors with a view of data through the lens of a place / network which includes KPIs, population segmentation, risk stratification and disease burden. Extending to include social care data in the population segmentation models to the current predominantly health model will support the integration of provision of services.
Identify patient cohorts by level of vulnerability and risk of severe COVID-19 disease and complications, as well as the indirect impacts of the social distancing and lock down measures. Utilise insight and intelligence within the RAIDR COVID dashboard, to target the most vulnerable with a range of care, welfare and well-being support through the local community hub by allowing clinicians to re-identify which patients were in which cohort. The dashboard uses 14 health vulnerabilities identified from national government guidance, as well as learning from China and Italy, to identify the size of the cohort of patients with at least 1 condition. The user can then combine these health related vulnerabilities with social care vulnerabilities such as known to social care, domiciliary care received etc. to target intervention to those who most need it in the community.
Facilitates informed prescribing decisions and supports broader population health management. Provides access to monthly prescribing budget positions at CCG and GP Practice level. Monitors and maximise engagement scheme achievement. Tracks high cost drugs spend. Supports ASTRO-PU weighted analysis using local and national benchmarking indicators.
At RAIDR we are constantly improving the system and have redeveloped the NHSE 111 dashboard to allow users to access data specific to their roles, with patient level activity available where it is appropriate for service planning and redesign purposes. Analyse and select a cohort of patients based on the 111 call disposition of your interest – Ambulance, Accident & Emergency/Urgent Care Centre, Not Recommended, Other Services and Unknown/Not Triaged. View patient journeys from 111 through to admission or disposal. Trend screen included for benchmarking and comparison within STP/ICS footprints. Utilising the data, gain understanding of how patients are diverted and routed to associated services via 111 providers. Assists with the identification of anomalies and implementation of more effective patient pathways.
National Elective Waiting List
Nationally commissioned and developed with the aim of supporting the effective management of elective recovery. Accessible to all providers at all levels to support collaborative working. Utilises open pathways and open diagnostics datasets in one place. Displays data in multiple ways from speciality, procedure and priority to provider and number of weeks waiting. RAIDR allows users to view the information in ways that are not currently available via other data systems.
Developed in collaboration with Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Trust. To support understanding of the current scale of patients with uncontrolled diabetes awaiting surgery. Facilitates intervention planning and improvement of diabetic control. Displays patient information including latest HbA1c readings and intended procedure.