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'Participation', 'Data Collection' and 'Reporting' menu

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Last Modified Date5/22/2017 12:18 PM
Summary'Participation', 'Data Collection' and 'Reporting' menu
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The main menu in the HD4RES application contains a 'Participation', 'Data Collection' and 'Reporting' section.

Participation section

Over time, the questions that are being asked in a registry can change: new questions are added, other questions become obsolete, or even the list of potential answers for a given question can change.

To account for these changes, the HD4DP application works with versions for a registration form. Per data collection (e.g. that of 2015) only one version can be active.

The participation panel gives more information about a register. In the left panel a register can be choosen.
The information panel is devided into 3 parts:

  • Active data collection rounds

  • Data providers

  • Data collection users




Clicking on a version in active (=green) data collection rounds gives more information per version about the 

  • Data collection dates

  • Data providers: clicking on a dataprovider will set a filter on the Data collection users

  • Data collection users

If this information is not shown, be sure to be participation in this version of the data collection. Cf. Participate in a data collection



In the right upper corner 3 buttons are visible:

 

Data Collection section

The Data Collection view leads a user to the existing registers. A user see which registrations arrived from this view and what the status is.

Depending on the status, som registrations need to be further processed before it is possible to send the data to the datawarehouse cf. Processing Data


Reporting section

The reporting part of the menu leads to the Healthstat.be website.

Healthstat.be is the data visualization platform of the Healthdata.be project, which is part of the national Action Plan eHealth 2013-2018. Here, the researchers publish tables, figures and maps they made based on the data they have collected among Belgian hospitals, laboratories, physicians, and patients.




With these reports, researchers want to give health professionals, healthcare institutions, patients, governments and the general public an up-to-date insight into the prevalence of certain diseases, their causes and impact, and the effectiveness of their treatment.

Healthstat.be is a service of the Scientific Institute of Public Health and funded by the National Institute for Health and Disability Insurance. 

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