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Cancer Series Ep. 5: Digital Strategy of The Largest Single-Site Cancer Center in Europe

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Cancer Series Ep. 5: Digital Strategy of The Largest Single-Site Cancer Center in Europe

October 20, 2022

Cancer Series Ep. 5: Digital Strategy of The Largest Single-Site Cancer Center in Europe

Medical progress is driven by research, and good research requires good data. The largest single-site cancer center in Europe and the biggest chemotherapy center in the UK – The Christie NHS Foundation Trust runs 650 clinical trials at any given time. They recently went live with a new electronic Patient Reported Outcome Measures (ePROMs) service helping to connect patients with the hospital trust through their cancer journey. As explained by Phil Bottomley, EHR Strategic Lead at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, the digitization of ePROMs is only the beginning of the digitalization process of over 600 clinical forms used in the hospital. The hospital’s digital transformation strategy is based on a data-first approach, ensuring that the used data models enable the creation of a longitudinal record. They chose openEHR specification – a product and vendor-independent specification, striving to make data independent of any software provider.

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