Healthcare IT News December 8, 2023
Bill Siwicki

Operational staff are focused on improving efficiency and reducing delays, while clinical teams are looking at quality improvement projects. A thriving research community, meanwhile, is digging deep into data for many different use cases.

Jewish General Hospital in Montreal had a problem with its patient data: Despite having plenty of it, the process of extracting insights that improved patient care was arduous and onerous.

THE PROBLEM

It has a large number of staff who are end users of data at Jewish General Hospital and the parent health system, CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal. These stakeholders include operational teams focused on improving efficiency and reducing delays, clinical teams looking at clinical quality improvement projects, and a thriving research community at the research organization,...

Today's Sponsors

LEK
ZeOmega

Today's Sponsor

LEK

 
Topics: Analytics, Health System / Hospital, Provider, Technology
CEO of McLaren Bay Region steps down
AHA expresses concerns with UHG program in response to cyberattack on Change Healthcare
Health system leaders join Microsoft-backed nonprofit
AHA urges Congress to provide support to help minimize further fallout from Change Healthcare attack
Christus installs Epic at 6 hospitals

Share This Article