Innovative Solutions for Breast Cancer Patients: A Raise Healthcare Collaboration
An official distributor of Raise Healthcare medical devices. Raise Healthcare is a renowned medical device specialist in the UK with a decade of experience and proven performance in delivering high-quality surgical technology to the UK public and private healthcare sectors.
Operator of this study along with its distributor in the UK, approached Ficode for a highly interactive and user-friendly healthcare app, which is compatible with all platforms. Ficode worked to provide the best clinical trial software solutions based on the individual doctors and patients experiences. Our technology experts provided solution taking these challenges into consideration and maintained data privacy to not disclosed the identity of individuals. Ficode, the perfect partner, with their technology expertise developed and delivered the solution.
Solution provided using the collected data included advanced web and mobile app development, data security measures and data analytics for better business results. This solution provided easy access to multi-layered sampling questions to doctors and breast cancer patients after surgery to fill their observations as and when required. Access to the solution was only limited to registered users contributing to this case study using the web and mobile applications.
The need was to conduct a case study involving doctors and breast cancer patients after their surgery to get valuable insights into the complications or adverse effects associated with the mesh treatment.
The process was difficult to accomplish, as it involved a lot of resources including doctors, nurses and patients at different geolocations. Distributing BreastQ multi-category sampling questions to these people and analyse outcomes based on their inputs was another challenge.
Benefits to businesses
Our solutions provided valuable insights in the respective areas
Gathering patient-reported outcomes provided insights into the physical and emotional experiences of those who undergo mesh-assisted breast reconstruction, helping healthcare provider tailor their care to individual needs.
Detailed Analysis and Best Practices
Findings and analysis from the solution contributed to establishing best practices and guidelines for mesh-assisted breast reconstruction, improving patient selection, surgical techniques, and post-operative care.
It helped in evaluating how effectively mesh reconstruction restores breast shape and symmetry, enhancing patient confidence and emotional well-being.
The study highlighted complications or adverse events associated with mesh treatment, such as infection, pain, or mesh-related issues, allowing for better management and improved patient care.
A follow-up over time offered a comprehensive view of patient satisfaction, complications, and whether any revisions or removals of the mesh are necessary.