At the HIMSS19 conference in Orlando, Florida, QuartzClinical announced the availability of a new suite of sophisticated machine learning-powered data warehousing and clinical registry tools.


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With bank-level encryption and native HIPAA compatibility, these new tools solve the issues present in the prior generation of software tools while automating the data acquisition, storage, and retrieval needs faced by today’s healthcare enterprises.

These new tools permit 24/7/365 access to mission-critical data in a secure, cloud-based environment. The data warehouse system uses machine learning and sophisticated artificial intelligence to rapidly correct errors in structured and unstructured data, thus minimizing the cost and time associated with data entry. This system is fully integrated into the QuartzClinical cloud-based healthcare data analytics platform, thus allowing a hospital to fully leverage a smart business intelligence solution within days – not months.

The new clinical registry tools can be used by any healthcare entity, including hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical companies, and device manufacturers. These tools use a secure, cloud-based architecture to store data in a fully HIPAA-compliant manner.

Machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms power the data entry systems, thus enabling rapid acquisition of key clinical metrics with minimal effort. These new tools are expected to replace traditional data entry systems that rely upon nurses, data entry staff, and technicians. The result is higher quality data that is timelier and more comprehensive, thereby solving many of the issues faced by large database research studies.

Both the data warehouse and clinical registry systems leverage a modern Web 2.0 interface, making them natively compatible with smartphones, tablets, and computers. Automated interfaces permit seamless interoperability, thus further reducing the overhead costs associated with data management and storage.

When combined with the QuartzClinical business intelligence and performance improvement tools, the data warehousing and clinical registry systems provide an all-in-one solution for the data acquisition, storage, analysis, and implementation needs for a wide variety of healthcare entities. The sliding-scale pricing model and no per-user costs make the system affordable to even small organizations.

Source: Company Press Release