Clinical Outcomes

One thing that make us unique is our award winning approach to quality outcome measurement. We rigorously collect, measure and analyse patient outcome data to drive the continuous improvement of our care and services.

Quality outcome measurement

Our enhanced recovery programme which mobilises hip replacement patients within six hours of surgery was developed as a result of our ‘Quality Empowered by Documentation’ system and has significantly increased the percentage of patients achieving greater than 70% flexibility on discharge.

At Schoen Clinic we use the Amplitude Clinical Outcomes system to record and report our patients’ progress. We ask for your input in completing some simple questionnaires at key stages throughout your treatment as well as after your discharge. This helps us to monitor your progress and the success of the treatment regime you have received.

Your first questionnaire should be completed before any treatment to assess your current pain levels, symptoms and impact on your everyday life. After your treatment you will be emailed to complete the same questionnaires at different time intervals. This could be as much as five years after your treatment. It is really important that you complete these questionnaires as far into the future as you are asked as this allows us to monitor your progress even after you have been discharged.

You can log-in to complete the short, confidential questionnaires or review your progress at any time.

My clinical outcomes questionaire

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Your Hospital Stay

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Your Aftercare

Your aftercare is essential to your speedy recovery. We will help you to a successful recovery and sort out the practical details.

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Our determination to provide the best treatment is in everything we do.

We have measured our medical outcomes for more than 30 years and constantly review our way of working, using the most advanced scientific research standards to benchmark our performance.
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