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Clinical Manager
Clinical Support
Practice Comparison

About MSD Informatics

MSD Informatics (MSDi) develops innovative market leading clinical data management and support tools to the NHS. Set up in 1999 by MSD, the team encompass a wealth of experience of working in different healthcare environments across the UK, including providing national solutions that enable the GP Contract Payments Systems for the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF). We pride ourselves in developing practical, innovative solutions to help clinicians provide better care to their patient population.


How can we help you?

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  • Ensure Health Checks are delivered by primary care and reported back accurately thorough our Health Check software package

  • Use Clinical Audit to write bespoke local audits for practices

  • Compare, monitor and report through Practice Comparison

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  • Analyse data at CSU hosted database

  • Measure results and track changes through bespoke dashboard and reporting tools

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Use Medicines Manager to:

  • Review Therapy Usage
  • Support key messaging by linking therapy to patient clinical trends
  • Search by BNF topic Drug name, or Patient name
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Latest News

Velocity Health

Wayra UK and MSD believe that innovation can come from anywhere and are committed to help to identify, develop, promote and scale UK-based start-ups by leveraging Telefónica’s global resources and MSD’s health and data expertise to be a part of this new exciting era of health tech to support the NHS in providing a health system ready for our digital age.

SPIRE

In partnership with NHS Scotland, MSD HS provides the infrastructure and system for SPIRE, which gives a national view of Scottish Primary Care data to help monitor the health of the population and enable NHS Scotland to plan and manage future services accordingly.

NHS England Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale (HMR) CCG Test Bed Programme

NHS England has run a competitive process to award “Test Bed” status to a number of NHS organisations and commissioners to develop and deploy real world innovation that, amongst other things, integrate new technologies and bioinformatics.