With over 20 years of real-world data (RWD) in long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC), PointClickCare can help you improve scientific research with our de-identified protected health information (PHI). Our data sets have the potential to provide early warning, mitigate spread, find cures, and evaluate treatment options.
70% of Active Patients
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Assisted Living Facilities
How Our Real-World Data Differentiates From Others
- Medication administration information approaching 100% compliance
- Extensive longitudinal patient records due to longer length of stays
- All co-morbidities, daily health outcomes, and activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Disease specific assessments and patient drug regimens
- Available in near-real time
Types of Data Available
Outcomes and Biomarkers
Diagnosis and Co-Morbidities
Treatment and Therapy
Discover lifesaving and life altering therapies for the senior population. With access to real-world data, research and development teams can gain a deeper understanding of the long-term and post-acute care demographic, resulting in more data enriched pragmatic clinical trials and real-world evidence (RWE) studies.
Our Life Sciences solution helps break down data silos to create a connect care network, powered by insights. Whether it is a drug utilization review (DUR) study or a patient journey study, our data can be a key resource to gain insights into the senior demographic* that receive care throughout various points in the health system.
With the largest database of senior care patient data in existence, PointClickCare is uniquely positioned to help you advance research for effective treatment options in the long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) industry, identifying correlations between specific treatments and outcomes, and for gaining insights into the determinants and patterns of health-related states and events in senior care.
As a leader in helping care for the aging population – the people and communities most susceptible to diseases, our data can be leveraged for health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), prospective studies, and epidemiological research, as researchers are able to filter for specific characteristics such as patient history, comorbidities, treatment, and outcomes.
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