Trauma Database Improves Remote Access with New Web Interface


Clinical Data Management facilitates data entry with Revelation’s OpenInsight for Web
By Joyce Wells, DBTA

Clinical Data Management (CDM) is a company headquartered in Colorado, USA,  that provides clinical information database software, enabling medical institutions to report and compile data on patient care.  Established in 1986 by Skip and Beverly Tinnell, Registered Nurses, CDM has made a commitment to improving the quality of patient care by providing state-of-the-art, user-friendly products, and as a result, its software is used by over 350 government agencies, hospitals and clinics nationwide and also internationally.

CDM’s flagship product, TraumaBase, is a trauma care registry used by healthcare providers to input data for collection by corporations and government agencies as well as for the evaluation of care by the medical teams themselves.  Details such as a trauma patient’s initial vital signs, how fast treatment is begun, and other aspects of a patient’s care from the point of arrival at a medical facility are all recorded in the TraumaBase database. Read On…

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