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The right information for the right people at the right time.

See organisation-wide data at a glance. Help your organisation plan accurately and improve performance and patient outcomes. Microsoft Health Intelligence provides tools that can assist your organisation make all this possible and more. Equip your people with access to Performance Management, Clinical Outcomes, Decision Support and Predictive Analysis.

Performance Management

Fiona Webster, Executive Director of Strategy, Quality & Service Redesign discusses the performance management problems Austin Health faced and the solution. Watch the video here.

By increasing the availability of data at Austin Health, Microsoft Health Intelligence has enabled dramatic refinements and improvements in patient service. Now that data is delivered across the organisation through a web browser, it’s easily accessible to staff, helping to improve decision-making and patient outcomes, which contributes to freeing up time to be spent on actual care.

To improve quality, safety and performance, Austin Health implemented a business intelligence solution based on Microsoft SQL Server. It allows staff to see relevant, role-related data in a single consolidated view, so they can target, analyse and respond to issues more quickly and accurately. Watch the video here.

Predictive Analytics

Dr Kathryn Zeitz, director, Operational Performance and Improvement, Adelaide Health Service discusses the burden of capacity and demand in hospitals. She looks at patient management solutions like CapPlan that allow hospitals to forecast and plan for future demands, in order to help improve patient care. Watch the video here.

Royal Adelaide Hospital introduced CapPlan with a view to ensuring greater operational visibility of patient management. Based on Microsoft .NET and SQL server platforms, CapPlan is a demand and capacity management solution that allows the hospital to see at a glance staff numbers and occupancy of beds. Watch the video here.

Clinical Outcomes

Dr Mark Parrish, director, of Microsoft’s Health Solutions Asia Pacific/Middle East region tackles the crucial task of improving quality and safety in healthcare in order to improve clinical outcomes. He explores the underlying principles behind Microsoft Amalga, explaining how it can improve decision-making and provide faster access to clinical reports. He also demonstrates how Amalga can assess groups of data at one time, providing some very real benefits for the healthcare industry as a whole. Watch the video here.

This episode of Health Tech Today demonstrates how translating real-time data into meaningful analysis enables providers to make smart decisions and deliver better care. It explains the powerful tools that can unlock the potential of analytics in healthcare.

Decision Support

Alice Springs Hospital had numerous disparate patient care systems making it hard for clinicians to access the data required to make informed decisions. Dr Stephen Gourley, Executive Director of Alice Springs Hospital discusses the MIYA platform solution that gives them improved patient visibility. He also explores the benefits this visibility presented to the hospital. Watch the video here.

The Alice Springs Hospital needed to operate with maximum efficiency given that it often struggles to attract staff and manage resources in such a remote location. To do this, the hospital consolidated its disparate IT systems to create a unified Health Intelligence solution that enables staff to login with a single button, view patient statuses in real-time, prioritise care more accurately and reduce missed results. Watch the video here.