Benchmark your nutrition care


Each participating institution receives a comprehensive report showing the unit‘s results in an anonymized way and in comparison with the worldwide average. This provides units with comparative feedback related to their own nutritional care situation.

The report compares the unit results with the international or national reference database and also shows deviations from the worldwide averages. Unit reports provide a snapshot of a health care institution which enables the strengths and weaknesses of the facility to be identified thereby paving the way for action and structural change.


 

The nutritionDay reports provides information about:

•  organisation and structures
•  disease specific information of patients or residents
•  weight monitoring, mobility and social contacts
•  nutritional habits and appetite
•  food intake
•  the patient‘s outcome is re-assessed at a predetermined period 30/60/180 days after nDay

Receiving reports:

The reports are sent to the participating unit via their nDay account immediately after data entry with the sole exception of ICU reports which are available in April of the following year. A minimum number of 8 patients/residents is normally needed to receive a report. Reports for specialist programs such as “oncology nutritionDay” are provided after the entry of one patient.

Additionally available unit based reports (which are fee-based) include:

•  at a glance report
•  unit ppt-presentation
•  centre report (similar to a unit report but including results of many units of one centre)
•  other reports adapted to personal requirements
 

View examples reports

 

National reports:

national reports show data of one year and one specific country from nDay in hospitals. These reports show data of all specialites compared to the worldwide average. 

Please contact the nutritionDay office for further information!

 


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