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Innovation in Healthcare Analytics

Innovation in Healthcare Analytics

Healthcare does not have a problem with big. The rate of electronic health record (EHR) adoption continues to climb in both inpatient and ambulatory settings. The problem in healthcare lies with the quality of the data. To derive insights from data, it is critical that they be accurate and relatively complete. When data are systematically biased through errors or omissions, the correlations that give rise to new insights will be missed or spurious.

In healthcare, critical clinical data-symptoms, physical signs, orders, and progress notes-still rely heavily on human entry and will do so for the foreseeable future. The healthcare industry must identify and establish proven strategies and best practices to manage data and to conduct the advanced analysis necessary to generate real insights that can benefit the health system.

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Increase Patient Engagement

Increase Patient Engagement

Digitizing patient records has made healthcare more efficient. Now, rather than scribbling on medical charts for transcription later, physicians and nurses use computer tablets and handheld data entry systems to access patient records and make entries directly. Direct data entry eliminates steps and reduces errors, but even though there are a lot of duplicity and error prone patient data.

Centralizing patient records is certainly effective within a medical office or hospital, but what about sharing data with outside practitioners? EHR data stores adopted within the healthcare provider environment may be standardized, but external health testing providers, pharmacies and others may use different systems and protocols. Effectively sharing complete medical records and integrating different medical data management systems is an ongoing challenge.

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Hospital Ward Performance

With StarBI healthcare dashboard manages and tracks healthcare information data, KPIs and other essential metrics to analyze the data of a particular healthcare department, a specific medical process in a hospital, or a private clinic.

Child Malnutrition Statistics

World Bank data indicates that India has one of the world’s highest demographics of children suffering from malnutrition – said to be double that of Sub-Saharan Africa with dire consequences. Our Self Service BI tool allows you to keep track on those index and automate an alert when it cross the threshold.