Case data is uploaded periodically to Clinical Guardian. The Admin overhead to process the raw data is very light. The regular cycle of a first stage audit to identify issues, followed by a detailed second stage review of concerning cases, balances the need to process high volumes of data with the need for considered evaluation and feedback.
A frequent audit cycle ensures timely intervention where necessary.
Upload cases from the clinical system into Clinical Guardian
One simple, secure batch upload during each audit cycle
Uploaded cases include named clinicians and anonymous patients
Admin confirmation of the clinicians role within the organisation
Pseudonymised patient data is key to data security
Activate clinician's accounts to enable them to receive feedback
The colour status sets the rate of audit for each clinician
The efficient workflow allows an experienced clinician to rapidly review many cases
Cases are scored and comments can be exchanged
Any cases that cause concern are routed for a second opinion at group review
Detailed group review of referred cases by the governance team
Feedback can be exchanged confidentially with clinicians
The governance team may decide to adjust the colour status of a clinician
The colour status determines how many cases will be selected for audit