- Registration projects in health and health care
Registration projects in health and health care
The SCNIR was established in 1994 to monitor the clinical course, treatment, and disease oucomes in patients with severe chronic neutropenia. Particpation in the registry benefits the patients, their families and the physicians who treat them by providing the most up to date information on the natural history of severe chronic neutropenia and its treatment options.
Although many types of cancer treatments exist, sound decision strategies as to which treatment is the most suitable for a cancer patient are scarce. Also, with the advent of the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology in the Belgian healthcare landscape, opportunities especially arise for genomic criteria to be included in the cancer treatment decision strategy.
PRECISION aims to link patients with specific cancer genotypes to matched cancer treatments. Advices from each of the university hospital’s local Medical Advisory Board (MAB) as well as from the central MAB will be...
The basis for the Pre-Care Path Diabetes Mellitus type 2 is the Royal Decree of 30 November 2015, which states that the description of code 102852 (formerly known as the diabetespas) will be replaced by ″Follow-up of a patient with Diabetes Mellitus type 2 according to the care protocol as defined by the Insurance Committee”.
The Pre-Care Path Diabetes Mellitus type 2, officially called ‘Zorgmodel Opvolging van een patiënt met diabetes type 2' or ‘modèle de soins Suivi d’un patient diabétique de type 2’ aims to provide a framework for patients who are not included in a care path...
Quality control of ventral hernia surgery in 18 Belgian hospitals by prospective registration in close collaboration with the Danish Hernia Database