Collector Trauma Data Pool

National Medical Data Repository:

DI is excited to take part in initiatives that help advance medical care practices through research. We have the knowledge and experience to facilitate national participation from users of diverse applications as well as to provide support for a project’s on-going success.

The explosive growth of DI’s Collector Trauma Registry user base has led to the development of DI’s own global repository of trauma data – the Collector Trauma Data Pool (CTDP). For the 1,200+ Collector facilities, the CTDP provides a FREE repository for benchmarking on a national level among like facilities using Collector. DI customers can enjoy comparative analysis of like facilities as well as the ability to share their data with the American College of Surgeons (ACS).

DI is pleased to announce our recent collaborative partnership ACS and their National Trauma Data Bank (NTDB) initiative. By combining the scientific and medical strengths of ACS with the software engineering and medical registry strengths of DI, this partnership provides users many options for participation and benchmarking on a national level among a wide variety of facilities based on a common data set. To further the NTDB initiative, DI, in participating states where some facilities use Collector and others use the ACS’s registry software, has made allowances for supporting interfaces from ACS registries to central site Collector. Also, data can be submitted aggregately from a state agency or from individual facilities.

Collaborative research taps the complementary strengths, objectives, and missions of medical agencies and the world of technology. DI is proud to be in the forefront of these projects in the trauma arena, and to continue moving forward, making available interfaces to other medical registries.