Key advantages of the iCOPE Platform:
- Saves time by enabling screening to be undertaken efficiently within the waiting room outside of the consultation with automated scoring.
- Eliminates scoring time and scorer error (100% accuracy).
- Produces live automated clinician reports containing summary score data.
- Embeds best practice by ensuring the consistent and accurate interpretation of clinical scales in accordance with assessment tools and clinical guidelines.
- Enables standardised screening and patient reporting to be translated and delivered in across multiple languages.
- Automates the collection of identified patient data to provide sites with summary data regarding patient profiles, clinical status etc. to inform service needs and outcomes.
- Enables longitudinal collection of data so that patients can be monitored (and treatment outcomes assessed) over time.
- Enables the collection of de-identified data to inform research, policy and service provision at a site, service, state/territory and/or national level.
- Meets all auditing requirements for MBS claims.
iCOPE MBS Information
The iCOPE Platform facilitates universal screening antenatally (MBS 16590) and postnatally (MBS 16407) and now includes identification of patients meeting criteria for a complex birth (MBS 16591).
The screening platform can be customised with your own logo as part of the set-up. Those in your service who you wish to have access to the platform will be provided with secure login details and passwords.
Screening is generally performed in the waiting area or in the consultation with the specialist obstetrician or midwife.
The system’s instantly-generated clinical reports (PDF) meet all MBS auditing requirements. Clinical reports can be saved and uploaded into software programs (e.g. Genie).
Clients can also receive free instant reports via email or SMS in their own language if requested at no additional fee. This provides clients with personalised data relative to their own screening outcomes and access to further information underpinned by the Australian Guideline (2017).