Agile Analytics Healthcare dashboards provide an instant solution to your data analysis needs, allowing you to convert mass amounts of data into actionable insights. Built on Microsoft Power BI and latest cloud technology, hospitals and healthcare organisations will have an outstanding level of clarity and insight into their data which will help to achieve a better understanding of their overall performance and make better informed business decisions.
Customised dashboards allow users to create and modify reports to tell a story of what is happening in their healthcare environment.
Getting data from financial, operational, and other business areas into a central platform for analytical reports.
Interactive dashboards present real-time data which allows you to oversee divisions, risk levels, types of treatments, average wait times, doctor statistics, satisfaction, scorecards, and much more.
Data automation – as new data is added to your database, it is automatically reflected in real-time in your data visualisations
Data storage options to suit your organisational requirements
Different Power BI subscription license options
High Quality Reporting
Make better informed decisions: leading to saving costs and increased operational efficiency
Flexible Reporting Scope
Publish and share data and reports with managers or clinics to provide them with insights for their specific decision-making requirements
Automated Data Refresh
Keeps your dashboards up to date consistently to save time and resources
Choose Where to Transfer your Data
Store your data on Power BI, on your cloud, database, or on-premise server depending on your organisation’s data security policies
Our solution enables data from different data sources to be displayed on a single reporting platform
Clincial Dashboards are important for managers, doctors, and nurses needing to establish how a department is handling its demands. They provide information about what is happening in the clinic – from number of current patients waiting to be seen, to number of doctors, patient-to-clinician ratios, staff work hours, etc.
From an overview, for example, these dashboards are useful for establishing where specific specialised doctors are located across regions in relation to those patients needing their relative care.
At a more daily level, these dashboards are useful for analysing individual employee performance, clinician communication, nursing units, prescriptions, revenues, costs, etc.
Just like other organisations in healthcare, hospitals encounter and accumulate large amounts of data. This data can be used to provide business insights to improve operations across all hospital departments.
Analysing patient and hospital records can determine the performance of the doctors, the overall quality of each division, the number of admissions, emergency room wait times, departmental spending, and quarterly income. This data can be visualised to provide clarity into hospital functioning for making improved data-driven business decisions.
Just like other Healthcare organisations, hospitals encounter and accumulate a large amount of data. Managers and decision-makers can monitor patient satisfaction levels, performance of staff, patient wait time, departmental spending, income, salaries, as well as the overall quality of each department to make better-informed decisions to improve the efficiency of operations and the quality of care.
This dashboard captures the patient experience from admission to discharge. It includes wait times, average length of stay, lab result turnaround times, satisfaction rates of wait times, patient ratings of level of comfort of their visit, etc. Data from patients surveys and hospital records are analysed to create patient perception dashboards for support for informing managers and staff where improvement is necessary.
This allows Healthcare Organisations to identify strengths and weaknesses related to patient services as well as compare their performance compared to competitors and industry standards.
Number of Patients, Patient Satisfaction, Number of New Patients
Physician dashboards allows for actionable executive decision-making in order to maximise daily efficiency and implement changes for long-term improvement.
Data such as: number of patients, number of new patients, patient appointment times, clinician availability, patient satisfaction ratings, etc is analysed for business insights in order for managers and staff to make decisions to avoid delayed treatment of patients, ill-timed appointment setup, lengthy wait time and patient dissatisfaction.
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Our Healthcare Analytics solutions enables clinics, hospitals, doctors, divisions, and managers to make data-driven business decisions quickly and confidently while saving valuable time and resources.