RLDatix helps you uncover issues and implement quality improvement processes to embed change.
Incidents, Feedback, Claims, Mortality Review, Datix Anywhere.
Enterprise Risk Manager, Investigations.
Recommendations & Controls, Safety Learnings.
Policy Management, Safety Alerts.
Compliance Assessment, Safety Rounds.
Gain a comprehensive understanding of all data across DatixCloudIQ modules.
Identify clinical risks to intervene early and keep patients safe.
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Mitigate risk exposure by addressing adverse events with empathic communication / resolution to minimize litigation and maximize ROI.
Mitigate risk and improve patient safety in real-time.
Make continuous quality and improvement process a reality for your organisation with the five toolkits included in DatixCloudIQ.
Actively record incidents, feedback, claims and mortality reviews to drive a culture of feedback and safety.
In this Toolkit:
Understand and uncover what factors led to an adverse event, while getting visibility into how to protect patients from potential risks.
Share safety learnings and deploy improvement strategies across your organisation with recommendations and controls.
Embed learning into your organisation and ensure policies and controls are incorporated into improvement processes with policy management and safety alerts.
Determine if implemented changes are working with compliance assessments and safety rounds designed to ensure continuous improvement.
Gain a comprehensive and analytical understanding of all data and trends across DatixCloudIQ modules. With advanced tools for manipulating data, which allows triangulation for a cohesive view across all quality improvement processes.
Learn how organisations are using DatixCloudIQ and how it can help improve patient safety and healthcare quality initiatives.
University Hospitals Bristol is outstanding with RLDatix
Reducing risk and improving patient safety with group-wide reporting