If the lives of transplant patients didn’t matter, you wouldn’t do what you do. Tireless devotion to finding new treatments, providing close care and monitoring, and extending even the smallest of comforts at the times of greatest need are things you do because it’s important to your patients—and to you.
As a transplant professional you would give even more if you could. I know because I used to be one.
During my time as BMT coordinator at Huntsman Cancer Hospital, I was completely immersed in this world.I was honored and gratified to be by the sides of patients fighting for their lives; I was also keenly aware that in order to improve outcomes on a large scale transplant professionals had to find a way to cultivate data.
Fast-forward six years and I’m still immersed in the world of blood and marrow transplants. I’m still devoting every day to finding ways to give more, but now I’m doing it by helping BMT centers do more than ever with their data—more efficiently than ever—through improved data management.
BMT registries exist to further the research into improving patient outcomes, but that’s only half of the equation. The right registry engine, like Liaison’s BMT Registry solution, maximizes the effort you put forth in tracking your transplant patients so that you get more insights leading you to better outcomes, all while spending less precious time and resources on keying, cleansing, and validating data.
As I wrote in my blog post last month, BMT centers are constantly asking new and different questions, hypothesizing about different treatments, and trying new approaches. But if there’s no way to efficiently capture these efforts or analyze their results, then the potential for new takeaways and insights is diminished. And that’s the last thing in the world we want for those who matter the most.
By Danielle Siniscalchi, Liaison Technologies Sr. Director, Registry Solutions
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