RADNOR, Pa., May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- QlikTech, a leading provider of business intelligence software, today announced that
"QlikView dramatically reduces the time to answer business and clinical questions," said Brian Veara, ThedaCare's Manager of Decision Resources. "It is helping ThedaCare transition from standard static reporting to a truly analytical environment where any information can be rapidly accessed, analyzed and viewed exactly as needed. This capability is critical to fulfilling our mission to cost effectively improve the health of our community."
Using QlikView, clinicians now perform disease management analysis in seconds versus the hours, days and weeks they previously had to wait with traditional business intelligence tools. Executives and analysts can rapidly gain information for tracking, analyzing, forecasting, controlling and reporting financial and operational performance.
The new QlikView capabilities enable ThedaCare to explore data in its Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system and patient management systems as never before with more robust and flexible analytics applications. Examples include:
ThedaCare will use QlikView to support its Lean Management practices throughout its organization. Planned projects include leveraging the new accessibility to its Electronic Medical Records system for creating decision-support innovations that will further improve healthcare value.
"Healthcare organizations spend an inordinate amount of time and money trying to access and use information for decision support, revenue cycle management, evidence-based medicine, medical records management and supply chain management. The best way to improve care delivery and control costs is to streamline information processes, just like ThedaCare and hundreds of other healthcare providers worldwide are doing with QlikView," said Tim Wassman, President of QlikTech Americas.
ThedaCare chose QlikView when its data volumes outgrew existing reporting tools. To simply upgrade reporting based on traditional technology would have meant a considerable capital investment in software licenses and hardware, and would have continued burdens on IT staff. QlikView provided a more affordable path to simple and flexible access to information with little or no end user dependence on IT.
ThedaCare™ is the largest healthcare provider and employer in Northeast Wisconsin with more than 5,400 employees at 43 sites, serving more than 225,000 unique patients in a 14-county area. The extensive ThedaCare community health system includes four hospitals, a primary care practice with 120 physicians at 23 sites, a 24-hour call service, comprehensive senior care (home health services, assisted living, skilled nursing facility, home hospice and residential hospice), customized healthcare solutions for area employers, joint ventures with other area healthcare providers and partnerships with area physicians.
QlikTech's powerful, accessible business intelligence solution enables organizations to make better and faster decisions. Its QlikView product delivers enterprise-class analytics and search with the simplicity and ease of use of office productivity software. The in-memory associative search technology it pioneered makes calculations in real-time enabling business professionals to gain insight through intuitive data exploration. Unlike traditional business intelligence products, QlikView can deliver value in days or weeks rather than months, years, or not at all. It can be deployed on premise, in the cloud, or on a laptop or mobile device—from a single user to large global enterprises. QlikTech is headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania, with offices around the world and a network of over 1,100 partners to serve more than 13,000 customers in over 100 countries worldwide.
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