Integrated Diagnostics

Improve diagnostic quality and efficiency by integrating different disciplines like radiology, pathology and laboratory results

integrated diagnostic

Get a 360-degree view on diagnostics

By harmonizing and standardizing diagnostic relevant information an integrative view can be established. By breaking down data silos using standards like SNOMED CT connections between data sets become transparent.

Enable early and precise diagnostics

Integrate different diagnostic information in one comprehensive dashboard. The human body is a complex network and the biggest diagnostic value is in the connections.

Decide on the next diagnostic action

Get to the correct diagnosis as quickly as possible, without repetitive or unnecessary diagnostic steps. Improve the patient experience and uncover potential areas for savings.

Integration

Process and Data Integration

Leverage our Design Thinking based approach to quickly create a joined understanding for the needs of the diagnostician of the future.

process and data integration

Standard mapping

Harmonize existing data pools e.g. from the laboratory using standards like SNOMED CT and LOINC.

Harmonization of data

Leverage integrations into existing systems or use a flexible interface to make diagnostic data available.

Process integration

Adapt the diagnostic process to follow the medical needs instead of separate IT systems.

Collaboration

Interdisciplinary Diagnostic Pathways

We believe that various disciplines need to work closely together for better diagnostics.

Quickly understand how symptoms, imaging results, and laboratory parameters influence each other based on integrated diagnostic pathways.

Get an explanation of the recommended next diagnostic steps - while reducing cost and optimizing patient experience.

Ensure the correct diagnosis - with all accompanying diseases - is being reflected in the electronic health record.

Integrate gamification-like features to incentivize cross-disciplinary work.

patient personalization

Patient Focus

Personalization and Individualization

Improve the overall patient experience by personalizing diagnostic procedures based on individual needs.

Going beyond gender and age

Ensure that all patient aspects – including medication or medical history – are considered in the diagnostic process.

Individualized follow-ups

Re-test and check the patient based on individual results and trends instead of fixed time frames.

Therapeutic drug monitoring

Jointly create specific solutions to simplify the processes around TDM.

Patient centered care

Bring diseases in the context of the individual patient in an aging society with multimorbidity and polypharmacy.

Our Offer

How we can support you

With the help of the medicalvalaues platform you can leverage existing data lakes or data integration centers. An operation in the cloud, but also on local virtual machines is possible.

Jointly we would like to support you to create diagnostic processes of the future while striving for the best possible quality:

  1. Extensive monitoring, security and data protection measures according to current standards
  2. Creation of diagnostic pathways with subject matter experts – leveraging data-driven and expert-based content validation
  3. Possibility of individualization: adaptation to your individual diagnostic procedures


The potential of integrated diagnostics is seen by government and health organization across the world.
 

Blog Articles & News

Track & Trace – quality improvement for medical pre-analysis

Modern laboratory diagnostics are very precise. Thanks to highly developed measurement technology and numerous control mechanisms (precision controls, interlaboratory tests, accreditation, etc.), serious measurement errors in the laboratory are virtually impossible. Faulty laboratory results are usually not caused by faulty laboratory analysis, but are due to (human) errors in pre-analysis. Sample tracking is a useful tool for minimising errors in the pre-analytical phase and improving the classification of any measurement inaccuracies.

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(Un)structured data in electronic patient records: From digital scan to medical information source

With the introduction of the mandatory e-prescription at the beginning of this year and the forthcoming mandatory electronic patient file in 2025, paper files in the healthcare system seem to be obsolete. However, despite advancing digitalization, the reality is different: Little to no systematized paper documents continue to pose major challenges for doctors this year. This underlines the importance to systematically digitize these documents with essential information.

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