Health researchers need responsive, customizable tools to capture robust study data, network with collaborators, and conduct rigorous data exploration and analysis. Oftentimes these tools are created in-house, resulting in highly-customized platforms that have limited reusability across studies and do not leverage advances in information technology.
Our ASCEND Health Intelligence Platform™ is an integrated suite of solutions that provides fully-hosted, scalable, and customizable tools to support health research. The ASCEND Clinical Collaboration Network™ connects researchers from around the globe to share findings, coordinate studies, and network with colleagues.
The ASCEND Advanced Analytics Engine™ works with other ASCEND solutions or alone to provide large-scale data warehousing, optimization, analysis, data mining, and visualization. We use a blend of best-in-class technologies that are constantly updated to provide you with the latest and best tools, without the need for your organization to invest in the infrastructure and costs of software licenses.
ASCEND Health Data Capture Tools™ provide both researchers and patients with customizable, user-friendly data collection via multiple devices, including mobile phones and tablets. Built in data validation, real-time alerts, and a fully configurable data collection interface make this solution responsive to the needs of a large range of research studies. This solution can be configured by your own team with training from our team, or we can provide configuration support to let you focus on your research without the need for maintaining your data collection tools.
For researchers seeking to gather observational clinical data, our Registry Advisory Services can provide guidance in the design, development, and implementation of patient registries. Leveraging our extensive experience in planning and developing large-scale registries for hospitals and national medical specialty associations, we can help you speed your time to launch, and avoid costly mistakes that can suboptimize research methods and results.