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SOLUTIONS GUIDE: SOFTWARE SYSTEMS/ANALYTICS


Manage patient throughput better MEDHOST OpCenter is a web-based patient throughput tool that works with MEDHOST EDIS to provide executives with a comprehensive view of their facility as a whole – from inbound patients to inpatients awaiting discharge. OpCenter gives hospital executives real-time visibility of ED milestones, house census, patient fl ow, staff saturation, patient wait times, delays in ancillary services and more so they can better manage high-level issues that impact patient throughput, hospital admissions and patient satisfaction. MEDHOST


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Reinvent your healthcare marketing analytics The Intelligent Relationship Marketing (IRM) platform aims to revolutionize healthcare marketing by reducing wasted marketing spend and focusing marketing on current and pro- spective patients who are most likely to require specifi c hospital services and who are most likely to be profi table in terms of reimbursement. This analysis is intuitively displayed on both an iPad and web interface, allowing users to explore their data and easily understand the meaning behind the numbers. True North Custom Media


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Business intelligence for the lab How does your lab measure turnaround time (TAT)? How are you tracking and monitor- ing KPIs? What metrics prove the laboratory’s value and asset as a service line? Diagnostic Intelligence from Sunquest is an easy-to-use solution that provides robust analytics capabili- ties and delivers dashboard-like metrics for decision-makers at all levels. The information is displayed in real time and is scalable to deliver actionable information for a single user or a large, multi-department laboratory service line. Sunquest


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Critical decision-making for patients on mechanical ventilation VentAssist is a clinical decision support tool designed to give clinicians intelligent data to better manage the care of me- chanically ventilated adult patients. In critical-care patients, one of the goals of the clinician is to liberate the patient from the ventilator as soon as possible to avoid ventilator-associated pneumonia. Having more data available about patient ventilation can help clinicians make informed care decisions and may help avoid prolonging ventilation past the point of patient recovery. Philips Healthcare


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