Patient Database & Case Management
Clarinet technology is behind some of the UK’s most successful clinical network databases.
For over 15 years, Certus has worked with clinicians and scientists to collect, curate and analyse complex patient data with resulting improvements in standards of care and medication regimes.
Built from the ground up to manage longitudinal data, Clarinet based systems have advantages over traditional transactional databases and are ideal for establishing clinical networks, undertaking natural history studies and building patient registries.
The Clarinet platform is a project-centered, temporal database designed to capture detailed longitudinal patient data. This database technology includes a set of security features based on ISO27001 best practice. It has a focus on data quality management with functions to identify data problems at either the field-level, record-level or within a cohort. In line with NHS Digital Internet first policy, Clarinet technology is web delivered and ideally suited to clinical networks with multiple sites, longitudinal studies, and for building patient registries.
The Northstar Clinical Network is coordinated by UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital. The network brings together clinicians, hospitals, academics, biotechs, healthcare authorities and charities with interests in the care of patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD).