When it comes to healthcare, you can’t afford to guess.
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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.
Helping hospitals and health systems worldwide
“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.”
MD Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
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November 7, 2019
Industry News: October 2019 Recap
With just two months left in the decade, it’s time for hospitals and healthcare systems to get laser-focused on their 2020 plans. These plans should include rolling out AI and predictive analytic solutions to improve and streamline hospital operations on all fronts…
November 6, 2019
Using Predictive Analytics to Strategically Choose What Day to be Short-Staffed
The ability to choose what day a unit manager is short-staffed may not seem like a good thing, but it actually can be. Given today’s nursing shortages, most healthcare organizations know they are understaffed and are doing their best to recruit and hire. While predictive analytics can help staffing…
October 22, 2019
Validating Validation: How to Really Know Data is Accurate and Complete
Patients sending their physician a photo of a mole or other physical presentations of disease are often disappointed to learn they still need to be seen in person for a final diagnosis and treatment plan. While phone camera quality has improved greatly in the decade since they were first introduced, for many diagnoses there’s no substitute for being seen in person…
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Empower Surgeons To Increase Case Volume And OR Efficiency
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Hospital IQ Shares Strong 2019 Momentum: Revenue Doubles as More Than 100 Hospitals Adopt Advanced Operations Management Platform
Company Introduces Industry-First AI-Enabled Workforce Management Solution that Applies Advanced Analytics to Help Hospitals Align Staffing to Forecasted Patient Demand