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11 BI Tools To Analyze Healthcare Operations

Although clinical decision support systems remain the rock stars in many large hospitals and group practices, let's not forget the need to analyze operational, financial, and quality control data.
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QlikTech's offers its QlikView platform to many industries, including healthcare. For healthcare providers, QlikTech provides a range of tools to help organizations effectively address the challenges brought about by the changing regulatory environment.

The QlikView platform enables users to analyze huge volumes of business data, defining and asking their own stream of questions--on the spot, on the road, and with teams, according to the company. The software provides intuitive user-driven analysis that managers can implemented in days or weeks.

Providers can utilize QlikView to help monitor and improve performance within various functional areas, including clinical operations, care delivery, resource planning, finance and revenue cycle, the executive suite, and supply chain management.

The product enables healthcare providers to answer questions like these:

--"Who are my best-performing physicians and what are the key performance indicators that they deliver?"

--"What are my most costly procedures and why are they so costly?"

--"What are the satisfaction levels for our patients and how are these trending in conjunction with changes in process and procedures?"

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Clinicians Need Unconventional IT Tools For Toughest Cases

10 Innovative Clinical Decision Support Programs

KLAS Report Identifies Keys To Clinical Decision Support

Despite Flaws, Personal Health Records Are Smart Medicine

Is Your Clinical Decision Support Built On Quicksand?

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