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At Oxford Epidemiology, our comprehensive technological solutions help industry leading companies and individuals achieve greater success. Our platform has a wide range of features that were created with an aim to help you live differently.
Using DatAdventure for data collection, our clients have seen 99.5% completeness of each survey tool, greater than industry best practice.
DatAdventure creates a culture of learning and data use to measure and drive efforts for continuous learning. This leads to better program outcomes.
By delivering custom dashboards and records, our clients will be able to track their most important performance indicators easily. Our dashboards help you keep track of their most important performance indicators easily. Our dashboards help you keep track of progress and spot rends to suspicious behavior immediately
Up to date performance analytics
We help you define the right Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that reveal insights that you can act on right away to improve your program. Various user roles enable everyone to make their contribution and to know the progress being made.
Our unique GIS feature allows you to pinpoint where data is coming from in real-time. If data is missing from somewhere, you already know it and can take action to fix it early on in the data collection process.
DatAdventure was pivotal in Oxford Epi’s work with the Government of Kenya’s work in improving HIV Program Quality and Efficiency. Using DatAdventure, we were able to quickly see which health facilities were performant in differentiated care for HIV+ patients.
Oxford Epi used DatAdventure to collect parts of the data required for the evaluation of the Demographic Health Survey in 17 countries where the Service Provision Assessment (SPA) were implemented.
Using DatAdventure, Oxford Epi was able to collect, analyze, and obtain key insights from every private health facility served by the Integrated Social Marketing project in Madagascar. These insights led to actionable recommendations that USAID/Madagascar was able to use in designing future activities.
Oxford Epi used DatAdventure to collect and analyze data from 399 clinics throughout Bangladesh. The real time analysis was instrumental in helping USAID to develop health facility readiness indicators, and to use these indicators to identify specific resource needs.
Through DatAdventure’s easy-to- build surveys, Oxford Epidemiology has been able to efficiently capture current health seeking behavior of mothers of young children and adults’ perceptions of their health status. We have also been able to deepen understanding of costs and cost drivers associated with episodic care in the slums of Haiti.