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IP and OP Operations: Drive better Decision-Making in Support of Evidence-Based Medicine


To improve care and reduce costs, many hospital and health care organizations are turning to evidence-based medicine (EBM). The objective is to marshal all the possible information available to support decision-making in a way that minimizes harm and maximizes benefits in the diagnosis, investigation, and management of individual patients. This can help organizations dramatically improve hospital quality and performance. But to follow through on this objective, organizations need to empower healthcare professionals to search for and access relevant data in real-time – without depending on IT. Users should be able to rapidly integrate and analyze business intelligence data from clinical, financial and resource.


QlikView and the partner community have built a number of ‘QlikView Apps’ to help healthcare organizations like yours seize every opportunity to improve hospital performance, support quality measures, and facilitate EBM. With QlikView, you can;

  • Streamline and track the effectiveness of EBM processes

  • Identify and track key patient safety and care quality metrics

  • Synchronize resource scheduling with patient flow models to improve patient care and reduce wait times

  • Improve patient safety from immediate access to consolidated diagnostic information, reducing opportunities for medical errors

  • Ensure trusted and timely regulatory compliance by delivering on key operational, patient safety, and quality of care metrics

  • Simplify compliance reporting, patient administration, and transitions to Electronic Medical Records

  • Monitoring metrics and benchmark performance against similar facilities

  • Institute clinical care optimization methodologies

  • Save precious time in ERs and ICUs

  • Improve decision-support for Computer-based Patient Record systems


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