World leaders in Electronic health record enabled clinical trials
We use our innovative technology to improve healthcare for everyone – patients, health services, pharmaceutical companies and the clinical research community. We are industry leaders, working at the leading edge of health informatics and electronic health record (EHR) enabled clinical trials.
The future - Electronic health record enabled clinical trials
At NWEH, we believe in using innovative technology to improve healthcare for everyone – patients, health services, pharmaceutical companies, and the clinical research community. Our technology platform, ConneXon, connects electronic health records (EHRs) across primary and secondary care, enabling rapid patient recruitment, reducing clinical trial development time and costs, and increasing responsiveness to patient safety through near real-time monitoring. This technology has the potential to change the way clinical trials are conducted in the future, by ensuring that drugs get to market faster and improving patient outcomes
Our EHR enabled clinical trials offer numerous benefits, including:
- Direct Access source data directly so reducing the need for large-scale electronic case report form (eCRF) and accompanying transcription errors
- Adaptive study design
- Real-time safety monitoring
- Availability of richer and more inclusive data with the option of historic data on enrolment and the potential to follow up trial cohort following the end of the study
- Fewer trial resources required resulting in lower trial monitoring costs
- Real-time data from multiple sources
We are industry leaders, working at the forefront of health informatics and EHR enabled clinical trials. We collaborate with a network of partners, including Salford CCG, The University of Manchester, Health Innovation Manchester, and Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network.
At NWEH, we promise to use our innovative technology to revolutionize traditional randomised clinical trials, offer better reporting on safety and effectiveness in near real-time to bring new medications to patients faster, create knowledge through the use of existing electronic healthcare records while reducing costs, and handle data responsibly, securely, and sensitively. We also strive to forge links between public health services, academia, and pharmaceutical industry innovators.
Every patient interaction with a healthcare provider produces data. We develop software and services to support clinical trials, evaluations and health improvement.
Professor Martin Gibson - Chief Medical Officer - NorthWest EHealth