RESEARCH STUDIES

Research

With data at your fingertips,
imagine what you could achieve.

Research services:

Pen CS supports researchers seeking collaboration with medical practitioners and patients in General Practice and Aboriginal Medical Services.

– Access to consented primary care clinical data
– Patient recruitment
– Practice recruitment
– Program monitoring and evaluation
– Data linkage

Consent Management Portal – Access to Clinical Data

Pen CS Consent Management Portal is designed for you to recruit and engage general practices and Aboriginal medical services to participate in your research study.

– Access to 5,700 general practices and health services
– Across Primary Care Australia-wide
– Efficiently recruit participants
– No limit on the number of research studies
– Save time and money, with digital consent management

Health Care Homes Trial Evaluation

Health Care Homes Trial Evaluation

Patient enrolment, data submission and clinical decision support for Health Care Homes trial employing CAT Plus software platform. Working with Health Policy Analysis, Pen CS has provided the platform that allows participating practices to flag the patients they have...

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University of Sydney, QUEL

University of Sydney, QUEL

Quality improvement in primary care to prevent hospitalisations and improve Effectiveness and efficiency of care for people Living with heart disease (QUEL).

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NSW GP Data Linkage Pilot

NSW GP Data Linkage Pilot

The Data Linkages project is a pilot project, now in its 4th year, being run by the NSW Ministry of Health in collaboration with Pen CS and select Primary Health Networks. It links data from General Practice with other NSW health-related datasets. The aims are to:...

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Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Prevention

Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Prevention

Topbar clinical decision support calculates the patient’s absolute risk of heart attack or stroke, serving tailored management advice for the Doctor. Challenge Stroke costs the Australian healthcare system $874 million annually. Atrial fibrillation (AF) accounts for...

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