QlikView Gains Momentum As The ‘New Prescription’ For Boosting Cost Management, Productivity, And Medical Outcomes

QlikTech, (NASDAQ: QLIK) a leader in Business Discovery – user-driven Business Intelligence (BI), today announced that its QlikView Business Discovery platform is gaining momentum from leading global companies and influencers in the healthcare industry. Today, public and private healthcare providers struggle with operational visibility into information spread across their numerous clinical, financial, and resource planning systems. This inability to efficiently access, aggregate and explore data substantially contributes to mounting financial strains, patient wait times, resource constraints, and vulnerability to medical errors. QlikView brings unprecedented simplicity, flexibility, and scalability to such healthcare information challenges.

Attendees of the HiMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) conference this week can visit booth #8103 (Venetian Ballroom, Clinical and Business Analytics/Intelligence Knowledge Center) and booth #13247 to view live demonstrations depicting how QlikView is providing a flexible platform that allows doctors, nurses, clinical technicians, and hospital administrators to navigate and drill down extensive data streams to get the most pertinent information and accurate analysis delivered on an intuitive, visual display. Throughout the conference, several customers and partners will also present how they are able to analyze operations, streamline claims processes, reduce costs, and improve patient care with QlikView. These presenters include Adena Health, Children’s Hospital of Atlanta (CHOA), Informatica, Sunquest, Surgical Information Systems (SIS), and ThedaCare.

“Healthcare organizations are facing an unprecedented opportunity to collect and use data to reduce errors, improve quality, and enhance the value of healthcare spending,” said Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, Informatica. “QlikView makes data more accessible, more quickly, to more end-users than ever before and can be instrumental in allowing healthcare organizations to discover the ‘ah-ha’s’ hidden in their data. Informatica sees great value in our partnership with QlikTech, where our strength in accessing and ensuring data is of high-quality makes the analysis enabled by QlikTech that much more valuable to our mutual customers.”

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