The NHS needed to optimise their ability to use complex data to deliver accessible and meaningful analysis to over 3,000 managers, doctors and nurses.
Driving improvement in patient care with data insights
Most organisations have massive pools of data. The question then is how to provide that data to enable meaningful analytics for every role, process, decision and action.
The data warehouse is far from obsolete—it has evolved into a foundation for data analytics that can drive revenue growth, manage operational risk and maintain compliance. The evolved data warehouse is a bridge between big data and the benefits of traditional data warehousing.
We have already helped our clients to use data warehouses to:
- Accelerate data integration
- Provide seamless self-service capabilities for business users
- Apply automation to structured data processes
- Improve data security
The new ‘frontline’ for healthcare is to use modern data warehouses as building blocks for care improvement, where all data can be accessed by every clinician, administrator and application. The NHS decided to use new technologies to create data analytics products for patient safety and improvements.
faster real time collections
faster response time for patients
of patient data