Clinical Analytics

Measuring and reporting outcome data is fundamental for health care systems to drive improvement. The VNB Clinical Dashboard is a vivid example of this transition, which built a dashboard that allows each healthcare provider to view real-time population health quality data of their patient panel and use that information to identify care gaps. In this post, we’ll look at how analytics are used to gauge critical healthcare areas focusing majorly on the female clinical outcomes including statistics for labor & delivery summary inside the VNB Clinical Dashboard.

The dashboard contains the following reports:

  • Clinical Outcomes
  • Delivery Statistics
  • Labor and Delivery Summary
Clinical Outcomes

The “Clinical Outcomes” report delves deep into the two major ways of childbirth – C-Section and Vaginal. Both the methods of childbirth are now analysed using various parameters such as complications, maternal morbidity, medical condition and numbers of still births. The analysis further drills into births happening within an adverse event, and if they are singleton pregnancy or a multiple pregnancy cases.

Clinical Outcomes - Details

This dashboard allows you to maneuver easily the in-depth of the data, and to have a look at the cumulative perspective like number of adverse events, complications, recovery rate, etc. Also, the delivery types, if successful or not actually gives a greater picture of how effective the ObGyn department is amongst all other Primary Care Providers (PCPs) in the US.

Delivery Statistics

The “Delivery Statistics” report helps us see and analyse the numbers obtained during deliveries performed. The numbers visualized for preterm deliveries, induction of labor by gestational age and vaginal birth success rate helps us see where one stands against the rest of the cases in that specific medical organization. Through year-on-year comparisons of C-section for nulliparous women, healthcare professionals can identify areas of improvement and accordingly take steps effectively. The trend analysis in “C-Section by Bishop Score” helps one determine the progress that we do with time providing actionable insights for better decision-making.

Delivery Statistics - Details

As described earlier about this reporting platform mechanism, we can drill down to the data here as well. One of the major indices in the cumulative data found here is the Bishop Score, along with the Cervical Length and the number of C-Section for nulliparous women.

Labor and Delivery Summary

The overall “Labor and Delivery Summary” are both critical and a playing field levelling insight for any “Maternity Ward “ in healthcare establishments across the US. By analysing the data in delivery type, length of stay, gestational age, cervical length, and labor duration, one can deduce the total duration that a mother and her child would be staying in the healthcare establishment, which in turn can help the establishment prepare for better handling of mothers and their children. A quick summary at the top across the board, allows a quick glance at the numbers achieved in a duration.

Labor and Delivery Summary - Details

The in-depth data here like the Length of Stay along with the Labour Duration, beside Bishop Score, Cervical Length, Delivery Type, Delivery Sub Type and whether it is a success or failure, gives a broad gamut of data to run analysis on.


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