Improving Healthcare Outcomes with Clinical Data

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 By | februari 22, 2017
in Omni, Health Services, analytics, big data, business intelligence (BI), clinical data, clinician workflow, data, efficiency, healthcare, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Information Builders, jake freivald, Kathleen Moran, quality of care, St. Luke’s University Health Network Omni-HealthData Insights, Performance Management, Application Integration, Better BI, Big Data, Business Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Integration, Data Quality, Master Data Management, Realtime Data Integration
februari 22, 2017

A clip of the infographic.

We are in the midst of HIMSS 2017 in Orlando and it’s clear why this event is the largest, most anticipated healthcare information conference, year after year. There’s so much to learn and experience, including the many ways in which data and analytics are applied to improve clinician workflows, quality of care, and reduce the growth in healthcare spending.

As my colleague Jake Freivald mentioned in his previous blog, there really isn’t any industry changing faster than healthcare and surely no technology developing more rapidly than big data, business intelligence (BI), and analytics. We’re honored to play a role in advancing BI and analytics in this field, and to work with the industry’s top leaders in healthcare services.

Information Builders is dedicated to innovation and expanding the adoption of BI and analytics across healthcare organizations to carry out patient care initiatives, meet performance objectives, and improve efficiency. But don’t take our word for it! In this new infographic, see what our customers have to say about the value they are deriving from our solutions to improve outcomes.

If you’re here at HIMSS 2017, stop by and visit us at booth #1831. We’d welcome the opportunity to connect with you and discuss the exciting news we announced this week with St. Luke’s University Health Network – the launch of Omni-HealthData Insights.

If you are unable to attend, please follow @infobldrs as we continue to live Tweet at the event.