Every healthcare organization seeks to leverage visual analytics to improve patient care and reduce costs. One of the most effective ways is to identify variations in your clinical practice.
Join Joe Warbington of Qlik® and Srinivasan Suresh, MD, MBS, FAAP, of Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, for an insightful discussion on how healthcare providers can embed visual analytics within an EMR – and empower physicians with self-service access.
Big Data has a big reputation. But for many organizations, it hasn't lived up to the hype.
That's because Big Data can't deliver value unless it's accessible and analyzed in the right way – and for that, you need the right solution.
Qlik® CTO Anthony Deighton will share his perspectives on the impact big data technology is having across multiple industries today, and where the latest investments in technology will be taking us tomorrow. Anthony, joined by Justin Erikson, Senior Director of Product Management at Cloudera, will share how customers have been able to:
Remember when finding a needle in a haystack was difficult? With Qlik's visual analytics platform empowering business users to analyze diverse collections of big data, finding the "needle" is easy. Qlik® and Dark Matter are helping Life Sciences and Healthcare customers do just that.
Join us for this webinar and learn how others are using Qlik for big data analytics and how Qlik and Dark Matter's MedFuse solution together can help to accelerate patient recruitment and meet patient accrual goals.
During this session you will hear from industry specialists who will show you how an agile and visual big data platform can empower your organization to leverage the vast sea of data that is available, including IoT data from sensors and devices.
Find out how the team at biotech giant Sanofi Genzyme influenced senior executives, managers, and field sales teams to broadly adopt Qlik® – and empowered everyone to see the whole story in their data. Join us for Adopting Data Analytics: Using Change as a Force for Good.
The more you know about your business, the better decisions you can make. And now that data from cloud-based sources such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google Analytics has become business-critical, it's time to combine that data with information from corporate applications such as Salesforce and SAP® — and see how it all connects.
Trying to understand trends in your industry? Marketing successes or failures? A supply chain hiccup? Or a sudden increase in costs? When you're dealing with massive amounts of data, the challenge is real.
Attract new customers. Keep current ones. Differentiate your product. And increase revenue. It's all possible with embedded analytics. What's the right approach for your organization? Get an introduction to embedded analytics, including an overview of how to make the journey, at the webinar Embed Possibilities: Succeeding with Embedded Analytics.
Register now for the Data Analytics for Groups and Teams: Introducing Qlik Sense® Cloud Business webinar to learn how Qlik Sense Cloud Business brings data analytics into the hands of everyone. It's time to start doing more with your data by using the power of the Qlik Associative Engine.
Sometimes you need to look from another angle to get a better—more complete—perspective. The same is true for your data. With Set Analysis you can restrict metrics to a specific set of data, define conditions, and ignore selections, enabling a deeper dive into the information in front of you. You'll see how the expression leverages data already loaded into Qlik® with demonstrations that work in both QilkView® and Qlik Sense®. Join us for Look Deeper into Data Using Set Analysis.
There is a lot of buzz around the potential for analytics to give insurers an advantage in everything from pricing to fraud detection. Although most insurance leaders understand this, questions persist about whether the businesses they run are fully harnessing both internal – and external – data to its full potential.
Insurance Post partnered with Qlik® to host a panel discussion which addresses several key issues about the power of analytics.
Healthcare data continues to grow at astounding rates, creating exciting opportunities for hospitals to improve patient outcomes, enhance financial performance and create a better patient experience. But when it comes to generating true value from business intelligence and data analytics investments, the differentiator often comes down to culture. Is your team ready to think more expansively?
Clyde Wesp, Jr., MD, MAOM, Chief Health Information Officer, Valley Health System, and Joe Warbington, Healthcare Industry Solutions Director, Qlik discuss the 7 habits required to create a data-driven culture within your organization.