Dashboards

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.

Primary Care

Certified as a Class I medical device, the Primary Care dashboard provides clinical system data at both an aggregate and a patient level to support clinical cohort analysis with case finding and risk stratification.  The Primary Care dashboard can be used to improve data quality within GP practice systems and assist in the optimisation of QOF registers to help improve clinical outcomes for patients. This dashboard would be pivotal to any health organisation’s Population Health Management strategy by enabling clear NHS numbers to be provided.

 

Patient Activity

The Patient Activity dashboard utilises multiple data sets to provide a breadth of information regarding secondary care activity: Inpatient, Outpatient, A&E, Community Services, 111 and 999.  Using the dashboard, users are able to identify high intensity patients; those who are frequent attenders at A&E, Inpatients and Outpatients and those that are of high cost.  In just a few clicks, the dashboard re-identifies pseudonymised NHS numbers to allow you to export the data out and into your GP system..

Population Health

The Population Health dashboard was developed to enable health organisations in their aims to improve the physical, mental and socio-economic outcomes of their patient population.  RAIDR’s Population Health dashboard facilitates proactive case management and the targeting of at-risk individuals at an ICS, Place, PCN and individual GP Practice level using multiple population segmentation models, risk stratification and interactive mapping.

Waiting Well

Supporting the Elective Waiting List recovery programme, our Waiting Well dashboard combines the Elective Waiting List dataset (EWL) with Primary Care data extracted from GP clinical systems.  The dashboard enables the identification of patient cohorts with risk factors awaiting specific procedures and highlights patients that may no longer be eligible at the time of availability for their intended operation due to unmanaged long-term conditions. With the ability to filter according to age, gender, ethnicity, waiting list priority and deprivation deciles, the dashboard can facilitate the improvement of patient outcomes.

Urgent Care

RAIDR’s Urgent Care dashboard provides information on daily hospital admissions, and discharges, A&E attendances and Out of Hours contacts across the Urgent and Emergency care system. Utilising the LACE algorithm, users are able to identify patients at risk of re-admission.  The dashboard supports proactive care and the management of stranded patients.  With the ability to view trends, Urgent Care can provide information vital to future strategic planning to support services.

 

Quality & Performance

The Quality & Performance dashboard displays key national performance indicators available at ICS, Place, GP Practice and Provider Trust level supporting effective performance management. Providing exception and scorecard reporting for a wide range of data from local and national sources and facilitates benchmarking at a system level.

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Finance & Contracting

Our Finance & Contracting dashboard displays monthly activity and budget monitoring to identify contract pressure points in addition to identifying unwanted variation via the ability to benchmark spend per head of your selected population.

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Prescribing

The Prescribing dashboard facilitates informed prescribing decisions and supports broader population health management. Provides access to monthly prescribing budget positions at ICS, Place, PCN and GP Practice level, as well as monitoring and maximising engagement scheme achievement. Tracking high-cost drugs spend, the dashboard also supports ASTRO-PU weighted analysis using local and national benchmarking indicators.  Schedules 2-5 and personally administered controlled drugs data is included in the dashboard to support appropriate, safe and effective prescribing.

 

National Elective Waiting List

Nationally commissioned by NHS England and developed with the aim of supporting the effective management of elective recovery, the national Elective Waiting List dashboard is accessible by NHS England (national and regional), ICS and Providers to support collaborative working. Utilising Pathways and Diagnostics datasets, data can be displayed in multiple ways from treatment function group, procedure and priority to provider and number of weeks waiting. RAIDR allows users to view joined up information in ways that are not currently available in other data systems.

Bespoke Dashboards

RAIDR have developed several bespoke dashboards in collaboration with customers to meet specific needs.

Utilising data extracted monthly from GP Practices, the Learning Disabilities Network dashboard was developed to provide a single view of clinical activity across the system for your Learning Disability population with the ability to compare against your non-Learning Disability population and to ensure that the care being provided is equitable.

 

 

The Controlled Drugs dashboard was specifically developed to provide reassurance to the Controlled Drugs Accountable Officers (CDAOs) of safe and appropriate prescribing habits of Controlled Drugs across the ICB and to assist with the creation and maintenance of action logs.

 

 

 

This dashboard utilises the IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) dataset to display summaries of overall waiting times and assess patient outcomes based on recovery rates.  Featuring KPIs and dedicated indicator screens, users are able to analyse waiting times for particular patient cohorts with the ability to filter by ethnicity, age and gender.

 

 

RAIDR’s Primary Care Network dashboard aims to support your organisation whether that be at System, Place or Practice level to achieve targets set out within national incentive schemes such as the Direct Enhanced Service (DES) with dedicated screens for each Impact & Investment Fund (IIF) indicator.  The dashboard can provide a single source of information to inform effective decision making, implement proactive care plans and reduce workload.

 

 

The Severe Mental Illness (SMI) dashboard improves the visibility of mental health checks across the population.  The ability to view this data on a monthly basis rather than awaiting nationally produced figures provides timely and accurate data to those that need it.  Information is provided based on the SMI cohort – showcasing a birds-eye view across the system with the functionality to perform benchmarking and trend analysis against the non-SMI population in terms of long-term condition prevalence, alcohol usage and obesity levels.