New Delhi: Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics, announced Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health has chosen Qlik to further its mission of enhancing patient care through advanced collaboration and aggregated data from clinical, operational and academic departments across multiple partner hospitals. With Qlik Sense®, Jefferson is better able to collect, analyze, disseminate data and make decisions that have long term effects on the health of current and future patients.
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, under the leadership of Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA, President and CEO, is shifting the conversation surrounding healthcare and population health in the United States. To meet the need of care teams requiring a visual analytics solution to continue to transform how healthcare is delivered, Qlik Sense is able to centralize large amounts of data coming from various departments and organizations, while ensuring the data is secure, comprehensive and timely. Using Qlik’s visual analytics software with innovative technology and re-imagined processes, the organization can make fact-based decisions that drive value and quality care for the patients, while improving the overall operation of the organization.
“The data and analytics landscape has changed and we are reimagining how we deliver meaningful insights to caregivers for the benefit of our patients’ experiences and health outcomes,” said Mouneer Odeh, VP of Enterprise Analytics and Chief Data Scientist at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health. “Our enterprise analytics vision is to make health, education and discovery smarter. To do this, we must deliver the right insights, to the right people, at the right time, in the right context. This ‘precision analytics’ concept is changing the way we deliver care, driving operational efficiencies, and improving our research productivity.
“Healthcare organizations such as Jefferson Health are recognizing that their ability to drive innovation, value, and market share directly from their information is what sets them apart from the others,” said Brad Copeland, Vice President, Qlik. “Having analytic capabilities at the ready enables healthcare systems to see the whole story that lives within their data, which, at the end of the day, enables them to improve the care provided to their patients.”