Tiara9 from Ethitec


Multi-professional. Market leading. Paperless. The Tiara9 clinical information and appointment booking system offers a powerful, end-to-end solution for the patient’s clinical ‘journey’. Accredited by HSCIC as an e-Referral System, it is suitable both for NHS organisations and Any Qualified Providers.

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Tiara9 - Multi Professional
Multi Professional
Share data with your colleagues, easily and safely

Tiara9 supports a wide range of Allied Health and other professions including, Physiotherapy Occupational Therapy, Dietetics, Speech & Language Therapy, Podiatry, Clinical Psychology, Audiology, Respiratory Physiology, and community services such as District Nursing.

At some sites, only a single profession is using Tiara9, whereas at others it could be upward of six - that's up to you! If more than one profession shares a system, the clinical data is protected from unwarranted access but can easily be shared where there is a legitimate ‘need to know'.

Where more than one profession is using Tiara9, referral between professions couldn't be quicker or more straightforward. No need to write lengthy referral letters, all the information you want to pass over is already there for the receiving profession. You are also able to monitor the progress of your referral so you can keep your patient informed without having to spend time chasing the paperwork.

If you are delivering a service using a multi-professional team, in Tiara9 you can display a full multi-disciplinary electronic record while retaining the ability to extract single profession statistics, thus giving you the best of both worlds.

For many, this ability to create one joined-up clinical record for each patient is one of the key benefits of EPR, allowing multi-professional teams to see immediately the interventions by other colleagues.

It also reduces duplication, due to Tiara9's ability to ‘share' certain fields. Once this information has been collected by a clinician, the data is automatically populated in forms across other disciplines, as well as in subsequent documents, such as letters and discharge summaries. This saves time and also improves the patient's experience, as they are no longer having to provide the same information over and over.

The key to making all this work is that each profession decides for themselves which data items they need to collect for their own purposes and they can then configure the appropriate screens to reflect their decisions. Control of this process remains with the profession, making it easy for clinicians to modify and extend their use of the system.
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