CDP is intended for use primarily within LMIC’s (low to middle income countries) and has been designed to offer a complete data solution, or to work alongside existing software platforms (such as, e-TB Manager and Nikshay), in order to provide a full “patient-centric” solution.
CDP provides secure centralised access to clinical test data and device performance data and enables flexible visualisation and management. CDP digitises diagnostic test workflows and laboratory processes, from patient registration, case history, to examination and identification and tracking of samples.
CDP provides methods for capturing results from non-connected devices such as microscopes. By bringing connected and unconnected data together with the patient record and diagnosis, CDP is capable of collecting a unique and comprehensive view of testing across numerous diseases.
CDP provides a normalised dataset and extensive API’s suitable of meeting a wide range of reporting needs as well as providing online metrics and KPIs via dashboards.