Valida Consultation


The Valida Consultation clinical decision support modules are an electronic representation of current guidelines and medical advice, customised at a local level. Sitting in a Window in the patient’s record within the GP system, the module uses information from the patient’s clinical records and the electronic guidelines to make recommendations about the management of the patient. These recommendations are specific to that patient today, fully evidence based and not simply presentation of filtered evidence or an algorithm.


The Decision Support Modules have been shown to increase patient’s management in concordance with NICE and other guidelines which in turn has been shown to drive improvement of patient outcomes and reduction in costs. There are many examples of this including TIA/stroke risk assessment and paediatric asthma. As 97% of patients are managed in general practice, the biggest improvements in quality of care, outcomes and efficiency in the NHS will come from the Mosaic Consultation clinical decision support modules enhancing GP, nurse and other healthcare professionals consultations with patients, particularly those with multiple morbidities.

Impact on General Practice

Professor Murray Tilyard, CEO of BPAC, has commented: “General Practice in New Zealand continues on a journey which has already seen us achieve a number of our initial goals including the promotion of General Practice itself, improvement in workforce morale and quality and clinical outcomes improvements for patients. We look forward with confidence to the next ten years as we continue to extend the scope and depth of the toolset we have to offer clinicians

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