Healthcare analytics to help you thrive in the era of value-based care
There are tremendous pressures to balance better patient outcomes with a healthier bottom line. By combining all your data and making it easy to explore, Qlik delivers the valuable insights you need to navigate that complex balance and make smarter decisions more quickly.
Over 2500 healthcare customers use Qlik to improve patient outcomes, reduce cost and optimize processes
Improve patient outcomes with better clinical intelligence
Qlik combines internal and external data in one place to give you a comprehensive view of your patients or a specific population
so you can target people most at-risk for health problems. And it’s all right there in your regular workflow. Track results of your programs and see what is (and isn’t) happening in your
operations areas: the emergency department, operating rooms, radiology or lab departments.
Your EHR is where you live and breathe. With Qlik, you can work with your data directly within your Cerner or Epic workflows to make smart, data-driven decisions about patient care and community populations more quickly. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC integrated Qlik within Cerner and was able to cut inefficiencies and standardize care processes. Find out how their team was able to provide near real-time updates across millions of rows of data.
Improving patient outcomes while minimizing costs is a complex equation. Qlik helps healthcare systems uncover new ways to reduce costs and optimize payments, while delivering better patient outcomes. Combine your financial and clinical data to ensure you’re not over-servicing and under-delivering care, learn new ways to speed reimbursements, and cut down on claim rejections.
No one in healthcare can afford to have bottlenecks and backlogs. Qlik allows you to make connections in your data that help you cut waste, streamline processes, and improve the delivery of care. Get a better understanding of the patient journey, how that intersects with various operational functions and what the clinical and financial effects are.