The complexities of laboratory information systems, limited IT resources, and tight capital budgets have historically made implementation of business intelligence solutions challenging in the clinical or anatomic pathology lab.
Thus, many business users currently have to rely on an already overburdened IT department for their data needs.
Business intelligence (BI) solutions are now available that allow business users to acquire the data they need when they need it without relying on the IT department.
Viewics, Sunnyvale, Calif, is hosting a new, free Webinar at 2 pm EST/1 pm CST/12 pm MST/11 am PST on November 13, titled “How to Select the Best Data Mining and Dashboarding Solution for Your Clinical or Anatomic Pathology Lab.
Viewics is a a software as a service (SaaS) business intelligence solution designed to work within the limitations of your lab systems, budget, and IT resources. It is a user-friendly, intuitive tool that enables virtually every member of the lab team, as follows:
- Easily identify new revenue opportunities
- Analyze the lab’s workflow for more efficient staffing
- Provide better quality of care and reduce TAT to customers
- Gain insight into customer-ordering patterns
- Find out what’s truly driving costs and reveal opportunities to rein in costs
- Automate reporting to government agencies and other constituents
The Webinar will be presented by Tim Kuruvilla and moderated by Justin M. Clark.
Kuruvilla is cofounder and vice president of sales and marketing at Viewics. He has spent his career helping health care organizations evaluate, develop, and implement financial, operational, and clinical strategic initiatives.
Clark is the founder of Millennial Consulting, a health care-focused marketing consultancy. Clark was editor of the white paper titled “Data Mining and Dashboarding Within Your Clinical Laboratory and Pathology Environment,” which provides an overview of clinical laboratory business intelligence industry standards, while addressing the unique functionality of the Viewics platform.
Click here to register for the Webinar, or call (415) 439-0084.
[Source: Millennial Consulting]