User-friendly and time-saving
During day-to-day medical routine, it is usually only possible to methodically record data when the database system is easy to use and has been designed to be user-friendly. COVIDstats not only offers these advantages, but makes it possible for users to rapidly document treatment data, such as symptoms, CT findings, interventions, vital status and laboratory results in a logically structured form.
The therapy data stored in COVIDstats can be searched and processed on the basis of many different criteria. A mouse click allows important statistical characteristic values to be calculated instantaneously and presented in graphical form.
Location-independent thanks to online questionnaires
The many benefits of COVIDstasts
- Simple, rapid and clearly structured documentation and visualisation of medical history, diagnostic and treatment data
- Evaluation functions for research purposes; e.g. for clinical trials and for preparing statements for submission to authorities, legislative bodies and funding/insurance organisations
- Based on INNOFORCE technology, which has been used successfully for many years worldwide and is being continuously developed
Readily customisable thanks to modular concept!
The COVIDstats database has a modular structure. This design means that the database configuration can be readily adapted to the individual needs of each clinic.
Maximum flexibility thanks to the Admin Tool
The Admin Tool is a separate program that allows users to flexibly modify the criteria configuration to their individual requirements or research interests should these change over time.
"Surgery is founded on the basic sciences of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology. As surgery has evolved with the development of expanded knowledge, experience and new technologies, we are now better enabled to assess accurately the results of surgical procedures and patient recovery.
For the first time surgical statistics can be captured with programs developed by INNOFORCE. Surgical outcomes can be recorded, compared and provide inarguable evidence on the effectiveness of operations and patient satisfaction. This is a huge leap forward for all patients and practicing surgeons."