Posts Tagged ‘Qlik’

admissions,analytics,Emergency department,NHS,North East Georgia Medical Center,Qlik

ED performance: How analytics is improving care and patient experience

Joe Warbington

Joe Warbington, Director Market Development for Healthcare, Qlik

Emergency departments around the world are under tremendous pressure to reduce patient waiting times and drive clinical effectiveness in all areas. The ED in most hospitals is a fast paced, high pressure environment where no two days are the same and where an increasing demand has led to significant focus on quality and performance. Given this backdrop, data and analytics may not seem like an obvious solution, but the evidence of the impact these programs are having is undeniable.

At the North East Georgia Medical Center, Dr. Mohac Davè, the ED Medical Director has been working with Qlik in their ED for over 2 years, specifically targeting performance, patient experience and patient safety. The ED manages 115,000 patients per year and one of the early findings showed that contrary to popular belief, arrival patterns are actually extremely predictable. “We now know with some certainty that Mondays, especially afternoons and evening, are going to be the highest volume day.” Dr. Davè goes on to say that, “Qlik has allowed us to take this knowledge and provide staffing to demand.”

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Improving healthcare with analytics: The essentials to creating a data-driven organization

Joe Warbington

Joe Warbington, Director Market Development for Healthcare, Qlik

There is no doubt the healthcare industry continues to transform and evolve at a staggering pace. Between the mergers and acquisitions, to the ever-changing regulations, to patient care, one has to wonder how health systems these days keep track of it all and remain profitable, while delivering care patients and society expect to receive. So how do successful health systems do it? How do successful health systems change the internal culture to reflect the various demands patients, stakeholders, and clinicians put on them while also ensuring safety and profitability? The answer, quite simply, is put is to empower decision makers to make data-driven decisions at the point of care rather than days, weeks, or even months down the road.

In order to do this, one must work to change the internal cultural within a health system, to really rally the troops so to speak, and implement a solution that enables stakeholders to create an enterprise-wide, sustainable and progressive environment for analytics. Yes, analytics. By applying visual analytics solutions to various departments throughout the health system, one is able to see the wide-range of benefits, including the delivery of enhanced patient care, inventory levels being more accurate, as well as the ability to reduce costs and waste.

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Massachusetts Health Data Consortium welcomes Qlik to its Innovator Series

The Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (MHDC) today announced its upcoming Innovator Series with Qlik, a leader in visual analytics. This three-part series aims to increase awareness of how analytics has the ability to transform collaboration within a healthcare organization, better the delivery and management of patient care, and continue the growth of next-generation information workers.

Series participants will examine key building blocks for transforming an organization from one with a static report mentality to one fueled by insights gleaned from analysis. Throughout the series, Qlik will highlight organizations that have successfully used Qlik’s analytics platform to effect this transformation.

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