Healthcare Data Analysis
Modern health care facilities now have a large number of different information systems. This includes medical information systems as
- Hospital Information Systems (HIS),
- Radiology Information Systems (RIS),
- Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and
- a variety of other information systems from the oncology, nuclear medicine, mammography, laboratory, etc.
as well as workflow accompanying information systems for managing appointments, billing, resource planning and the like.
The data related to a single examination are stored in different databases. At best, only the information exchanged within the medical workflow can be analyzed afterwards to evaluate and optimize the services offered. Further problems arise when systems of different manufacturers are involved in the processes regarding diagnosis and medical findings.
However, to enable you to analyze your operations, we can help you both in the extraction of relevant data and the processing of these data to meaningful reports with high information content. For larger amounts of data or complex issues, we turn to appropriate methods, technologies and products of comparable data warehouse and business intelligence projects. Often data analysis is also realizable within your existing IT environment or through the use of open source products, so no additional purchases are necessary.
For further details on data warehouse and business intelligence technologies, as well as on opportunities that are available for your system landscape, please turn to our contact persons. You will be amazed how easy the analysis of cross-vendor data in many cases is, and what informative value is hidden in your data!
Accounting Data and Performance Statistics
All currently used medical IT systems for diagnosis and treatment support process large amounts of high quality electronic information. This process begins with the admission of a patient – sometimes even earlier – and ends after treatment with the discharge and possible follow-ups. During these processes,
- demographic information (age, sex, residence, etc.),
- different time stamps (the time of admission, examination dates, time of findings, etc.),
- medical data (examinations, doses, contrast mediums, pharmaceuticals, treatments, therapies, etc.) and
- organization-specific information (attending physicians, examination equipment, etc.)
are stored in various databases.
In Verbindung mit den für Ihre medizinische Einrichtung definierten Steuerungskennzahlen (KPIs) und den Visualisierungsmöglichkeiten von Business Intelligence-Produkten gewinnen Sie einen „Rundum-Blick“ über alle kritischen Vorgänge Ihrer Organisation. Überzeugen Sie sich selbst und vereinbaren Sie einen Präsentationstermin. In einem unverbindlichen Erstgespräch beraten wir Sie gerne über die weitreichenden Möglichkeiten und den Nutzen medizinischer Leistungsstatistiken.