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When it comes to healthcare, you can’t afford to guess.

Your decisions impact lives. There’s a better way to make them.

Planning for patient demand is a critical, ongoing, daily challenge for hospitals. Without advanced warning of patient surges and declines, hospitals become managed chaos, affecting everyone in the health system…ultimately diminishing the quality of patient care, staff morale and enterprise margins. Hospital IQ solutions provide forecasts of patient demand and prescriptive recommendations that help hospital leaders make better decisions that optimize capacity, scheduling and staffing operational performance in the hospital’s most important operating units.

Capacity Management
Manage Your Capacity
Manage ED, OR, and inpatient capacity using visually-intuitive forecasts to optimize resource utilization, decrease length of stay, and improve discharge performance.
Workforce Management
Align Your Workforce
Align clinical and non-clinical staff levels to actual and predicted demand across various departments to reduce labor costs and improve staff satisfaction.
Performance Management
Monitor Your Performance
Deliver standard, transparent and consistent unit, department and system-wide metrics to drive accountability and improve operating performance.

Where would you like to drive greater operational efficiency?

SURGICAL SUITE

Design block schedules that optimize every hour of OR time, staff, and surgical beds.

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Hospital IQ’s Perioperative Solution

ED & INPATIENT UNITS

Identify and mitigate patient flow problems before they happen hours, days, weeks or in advance.

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Hospital IQ’s Census Solution

INFUSION CENTER

Automatically optimize day-by-day scheduling to maximize resources and balance staff workload.

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Hospital IQ’s Infusion Solution

Helping hospitals and health systems worldwide

University Hospitals

“University Hospitals are engaged in a process of continuously improving the care we provide our patients. Hospital IQ has helped our units pull together as a team to see the full picture. They have given us the tools to successfully predict patient demand and to determine which changes will help us better serve our large and diverse community.”

Robyn Stosaker
MD Vice President and Chief Medical Officer


Proactive Workforce Management

Putting the right staff in place at the right time benefits patient care and reduces hospital costs – advanced analytics helps predict the unpredictable.

Managing patient flow is a complex challenge in hospitals - analytics, machine learning, and simulation can be used to improve patient flow.

Managing patient flow is a complex challenge in hospitals – analytics, machine learning, and simulation can be used to improve patient flow.

Whitepaper: Improve Perioperative Performance

Effectively managing the OR presents huge challenges but when surgical suites are managed efficiently and strategically, everyone wins.

From Hospital IQ Blog |   View All

July 16, 2019
No Average Day – Why Hospitals Should Focus on Variation
When trying to understand a particular issue — whether related to cost, quality, or the patient experience — hospital administrators and health care policymakers can face a deluge of different data and data sources. This data, however, will almost always be condensed with a convenient summary metric, namely, an average…

July, 2019
Industry News: June 2019 Recap
In what seems like the blink of an eye, we’ve officially entered the third quarter! We hope your healthcare organization met its mid-year performance goals. But if it didn’t, it might be time for a change. Here’s a roundup of June’s most newsworthy articles that weigh the pros and cons of evolving healthcare technology, ranging from predictive analytics to AI…

June 25, 2019
Your Hospital Should Focus on Learning From Machines, Not Machine Learning
Over the last two weeks, I heard two interesting perspectives on machine learning that illustrate the complexity associated with tools touting this functionality. From a CMO:“We purchased a machine learning tool that was supposed to predict the likelihood of sepsis, but it was complete garbage. How do we know your system works…”

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March 27, 2019
Hospital IQ Improves Surgeon Experience And Profitability with the Surgeon Access Module
Hospital IQ to Demonstrate Mobile Perioperative Functionality During Becker’s Hospital Review 10th Annual Meeting and AONE 2019 in April

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OR Manager 2019
New Orleans, LA
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