PAM is the most effective CIP tracking system that I have used in my 20+ years in procurement. PAM has become pivotal to how my team and I manage and report on the Procurement CIP performance for King’s College Hospital and KIFM. Through controlled workflow and management reports, the system provides an unparalleled level of governance and assurance that has assisted us greatly in tracking our CIP Target whilst providing insight when our schemes have fallen behind or been adjusted. The self-service reporting functionality has drastically reduced the time that we previously spent validating data and producing reports for our stakeholders. Finally, when we have demonstrated the system to colleagues, external regulators or senior visitors it has always been viewed as an essential assist for delivering our CIP.
Ashley developed a relational database to enable us to capture hundreds of variables on over 2000 patients receiving Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) at GOSH since 1979. The database has been invaluable to BMT clinicians at GOSH and around the world enabling us to examine and re-examine outcomes of BMT procedures in children, and hence improve the results of BMT for generations of patients to come.
Our study database built by Rembrace has allowed us to hold our data on over 600 patients in an organised and easily accessible way. The database is very user friendly and has provided a platform for rapid data extraction, allowing us to contribute to both national and international studies and analyses. The system is easily adapted to suit our research needs as the study continues to progress and grow.
Rembrace designed a database for our feasibility study of acupuncture for cancer patients undergoing radiotherapy. We found the database extremely useful, and met all our research needs.