The Webinar will demonstrate how their new cloud-based healthcare analytics platform reduces the complexity of predictive and prescriptive reporting and analytics, enabling improved patient outcomes and resource management for organizations in the US healthcare industry.
For details, and to register to attend the joint Webinar scheduled for Thursday 25th June at 4pm EDT, GO HERE >
The Webinar – titled Making US healthcare analytics fast, easy and flexible – will outline how Yellowfin and Proskriptive’s joint solution can assist payers and providers, as well as organizations that deliver products and services to the US healthcare system, to easily and affordably identify opportunities for quality improvement, operational efficiency, cost savings and enhanced patient care.
“Yellowfin and Proskriptive’s healthcare analytics platform enables healthcare providers to combine and assess a range of data – including claims, hospital and pharmacy data – to provide healthcare workers with interactive summaries of crucial cost, operations and quality metrics that deliver a complete patient view,” said Proskriptive CEO, Michael Hollenbeck. “This is particularly crucial given that recent research by eHI and CHIME indicated that 82 percent of US healthcare organizations believe harnessing analytics is critical to improving patient outcomes and resource management. More importantly still, 84 percent of respondents also said that significant cost and complexity challenges were preventing them from acting on this need for accessible analytics.”
Yellowfin General Manager for North America, Justin Wright, said that Webinar attendees would discover how Yellowfin and Proskriptive enabled organizations to overcome such challenges.
“Together, Yellowfin and Proskriptive are empowering organizations in the US healthcare industry to seamlessly integrate, analyse and act on data from different systems to boost patient care, operational efficiency and the quality of services delivered,” said Wright. “This partnership makes it easier for healthcare professionals to track, analyse and manage patient care via an accessible, highly flexible, and scalable solution that works in conjunction with clients’ existing data, analysis, and management systems.”
Proskriptive integrated its predictive and prescriptive data models with Yellowfin’s business-user-oriented BI platform to deliver a highly scalable, cost effective and intuitive cloud-based analytics platform. Proskriptive offers an open, fast and transparent Care Analytics Repository, which aligns with its Predictive Model Market (PMM), to deliver a fully-managed service, hosted on Microsoft Azure, on a subscription basis.
To register for the concise thirty-minute Webinar, scheduled for Thursday 25th June at 4pm EDT, GO HERE >
Yellowfin is a global Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor passionate about making BI easy. Founded in 2003 in response to the complexity and costs associated with implementing and using traditional BI tools, Yellowfin is a highly intuitive 100 percent Web-based reporting and analytics solution. Yellowfin is a leader in mobile, collaborative and embeddable BI as well as Location Intelligence and data visualization.
Over 10,000 organizations, and more than one million end-users across 70 different countries, use Yellowfin every day. For more information, visit www.yellowfinbi.com
Proskriptive, based in the U.S., is a data science company that creates and markets predictive and prescriptive models that identify opportunities for quality improvement, operational efficiency, and cost savings for healthcare providers, plans and industry partners. We provide a dynamic analytics platform, offer expert services, and flexible tools, like the Predictive Model Market, to guide better data-driven decision-making. Learn more at www.proskriptive.com.
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