The healthcare sector involves a vast array of data from various sources and with numerous different contexts though no factor is more important than patient care.
Hospital administrators, medical staff, families and other stakeholders must constantly make decisions that affect the diagnosis, treatment and recovery of patients. Equipped with reliable data in real-time, these decisions can vastly improve patient outcomes.
Additional considerations such as compliance and budget awareness are pivotal to the success and capability of healthcare organisations. Sound data analysis enables smart decisions to be made quickly to the advantage of hospitals, staff and most importantly patients.
Acumen BI’s expertise in the healthcare industry is unmatched. Our consultants are no strangers to the numerous data sources involved, siloed reporting structures from legacy systems and the substantial variability of data.
A tailored business intelligence solution will provide immediate visualisation of vital factors, at a range of different levels, uncomplicating the most intricate healthcare organisations so that crucial decisions can be reinforced with reliable data.
With an emphasis on patient care and excellent medical outcomes, Acumen can deliver full visibility of your healthcare operation.
The organisation needed to pull that data together to provide a national view: it went live in 2021 with an analytics tool and a data platform and rapidly stood up the data pipelines to all ERP systems.
Data literacy is the ability to read, work with, analyse and communicate with data. Data literate staff understand what questions to ask and how to get true benefit from available data.
Users can see in real time, at a glance the overall hospital occupancy and a simple traffic light system provides an overview of performance.
The Covid-19 Dashboard was used to support Covid-19 testing, vaccination, managed isolation and community care and is being expanded to other areas such as planned care, pulling from national datasets.
Te Whatu Ora is making clear choices about national platforms. Leigh Donoghue gave the example of the new National Data Platform, which is being built on Snowflake.
Accenture has been selected in partnership with Acumen BI, as implementation partner for the National Data Platform (NDP), which will unify information held by more than 28 entities under the previous health system.
Waitemata DHB implemented Qlik to create a waitlist planning tool to help operations managers and clinicians manage the elective surgery backlog.
Data and visualisation experts from Waka Kotahi – NZTA share how they partnered with Acumen BI and Qlik to build dashboards, and discuss some of their open data plans.
Our approach to data literacy at CCDHB sees us use Qlik Sense in an attempt to make complex data contexts transparent. The accessibility of data has supported business cases for required changes in staffing levels as part of the CCDM programme.
Watch this video to see how AI will influence the delivery of care in the future. Understand the potential of AI as well as its constraints with examples of where AI policy has been put into practice effectively.
Providing organisations with more affordable entry into the world of data analytics, the potential provided to other healthcare organisations is outlined by CM Health and Waitematā DHBs CIO Stuart Bloomfield and CM Health Clinical Director of Information Systems Tina Sun.
The Ministry of Health developed a data tool that provides insight into mental health and addiction issues experienced by New Zealanders. The application incorporates data from the Ministry, DHBs, PHOs and NGOs using sources such as medication dispensing, hospitalisations and social outcome indicators.
From uncovering the potential extent of the Covid-19 outbreak and its impact, through developing a view of hospital capacity and occupancy to developing a regional data store with all testing information in three weeks, Armstrong provides fascinating insight into the process and tools used to manage it.
Organisations are migrating data to the cloud to reap the benefits, but it’s essential to consider how your people and systems will be impacted by a new data pipeline and what tools and training will be involved if you move to a more automated analytics platform.
Without company-wide visibility into data, it’s difficult or even impossible for leaders to make data-driven decisions outside of departmental bubbles. This challenge is especially transparent in verticals.
Donald Farmer discusses the Principle of TreeHive Strategy. Explore how to define and measure innovation in a very practical way, enabling teams to quickly and effectively become more innovative.
As services experience an increase in the acuity of patients, we need to increase care capacity – ensuring we have the right nurses in the right place. To met these aims we need a deeper understanding of the needs of patients and detailed insights about our nurses and midwives.
Using Qlik Sense to provide timely acess to meaningful data that can be used for the redesign of care, implementation of evidence-based practice and continuous improvement. Making data accessible in a timely, more organised manner will mean clinicians do not have to spend their limited, non-clinical time making multiple data extracts and data report requests and sifting through large volumes of data.
The Ministry of Health and National District Health Boards CIO Forum has partnered with Acumen BI and Qlik to deliver a Health Sector Pricing Model that will benefit all DHBs, national and regional health bodies, public health organisations and associated health non-governmental organisations.
Qlik NPrinting allows you to create and distribute reports using your Qlik Application data. Reports can be shared in many formats, such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, PixelPerfect, HTML, and PDF; read on to understand the benefits of the different format options.
Rob O’Neill presents an overview of their data-driven Operations Centre developed and deployed on the Qlik platform.
Capital and Coast District Health Board present the recently released HR Analytics Dashboard and Qlik Applications which have resulted in data being presented to a wide range of users in ways previously not possible.
Delivering value to health through Procurement Analytics, showcasing reduced repetitive manual reporting effort for the procurement Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) programme.
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