Understanding Clinical Systems and how patients are managed using these systems can provide Pharmaceutical companies with a deeper understanding of the consultation process and patient management from the clinicians perspective.
With this knowledge and a customer’s insight many companies have been able to develop solutions and services to support their customers and in turn improve the patient journey.
These workshops have proved invaluable for senior personnel from Director Level to Marketers, Market Access to Healthcare Liaison Managers and Sales Representatives.
With our unique understanding of the Pharmaceutical Industry and Clinical Systems, Oberoi Consulting are ideally placed to provide workshops for the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Delegates are able to gain hands-on experience of a clinical system, working through real-life examples by adding consultations and finding appropriate therapy for patients. They also learn about a selection of tools available to assist with prescribing and the implementation of protocols. In addition, built in performance management systems are explored and we explain how practices audit their data.
Each workshop is designed with the client and Brands in mind.
What happens when a GP chooses to prescribe a product?
What options come up when a formulary is displayed?
Can a formulary be edited?
How templates are used in General Practice and how protocols can be attached to templates to drive implementation of guidelines
How do practices run audits?
What are the limitations of systems?
What can be audited on the different systems
What is available at GP level?
What can be Integrated into GP data?
In built tools on systems to track QOF Performance
Using GMS Contract to pull data together data for cluster and CCGs
Watch an interview with Jo Crossan where she explains how a better understanding of clinical data can help get more from a clinical system.
“The course gave me an understanding of how the databases worked – we receive enquiries on these so will enable me to respond with a greater insight”
“I will discuss how we can use the knowledge gained with colleagues and where necessary adapt our approach to GPs over the next few months.”
“Will consider how what we learned will shape our strategy”
“This will integrate into the guidance and activities we recommend for the field force over the coming months”