pikice ECHO Tools

The ECHO webtool is the main aim of the project and it is currently under development. Below you will find a description of how it is being prepared and how we intend it to be used. When it is finished, there will be a link on this page allowing research scientists and health policy makers to use it.

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Authorized users will log in the ECHO tool with their username and password. They will be able to develop their own research, based on the indicators calculated in ECHO, and export their results as structured reports, including graphics.
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Inside the ECHO Tool users can select the perspective of analysis by alternating between tabs: Areas or Hospitals. Multiple choice menus will allow to design analyses in a step-by-step process.

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Once a perspective of analysis have been selected, users can launch a new query; retrieve, load or delete a previously stored study, or compare two or more studies.
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After completing the assisted process to design a new study, a structured report will show up, ready to be downloaded into different formats.
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Tailored reports are available for both perspectives: Areas and Hospitals, including all the information and graphics generated in the analysis and allowing the possibility of international comparisons.
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Currently, the ECHO Tool is accesible only to members of the ECHO consortium.



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