Overview

Working with renowned otologists, INNOFORCE has developed the database program ENTstatistics with which ENT therapies can be recorded in a rational and systematic manner and evaluated statistically.

The program stores all surgery reports, audiograms, follow-up reports, operation sketches and X-ray images in a user-friendly database. Therapy data stored there can be interrogated according to multiple criteria, and audiograms can be compared before and after surgery. A mouse click allows important statistical characteristic values to be calculated instantaneously and presented in graphical form.

Quality enhancing features
  • Relevant therapy data archived in their entirety with a clear structure
  • Measures identified for optimising internal processes and procedures
  • Increased therapy success rate
  • Reduced treatment costs
  • Rapid location-independent access to data (e.g. during a consultation)
Cost-saving features
  • Easy and quick operation
  • Significant time saving for evaluations
  • Individual configuration of all reports with the Admin Tool
  • Flexible integration into existant systems
  • Based on a sophisticated system which is being continuously improved
ENTstatistics users report
"An extremely constructive collaborative project with INNOFORCE has resulted in a database program which not only provides complete storage of relevant audiological, surgical, imaging and graphic data but also supplies a rapid and comprehensive statistical evaluation. - A system like this is something we’ve been waiting for for a long time!"  
Dr. Thomas Linder
Prof. Dr. Thomas Linder
Director of the ENT Clinic
Luzerne Canton Hospital
Switzerland

"All our experience with the ENTstatistics otology database has been positive without exception. It only took a short induction period before all the data on ear operations could be input in the shortest possible time in a user-friendly fashion..."

 Read whole statement »

Dr. Marc Unkelbach
Assistant Medical Director
ENT Department Frankfurt Höchst
Germany

Under references you can find more user statements.