New Features Enable Faster Analytics Deployment, Provide Efficient End-to-End Data Integration, and Enhance Capabilities for Outcomes, Cost, and Revenue Analysis
LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwire – Feb 21, 2012) – HIMSS 12 — Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL)
- Drive revenue and improve resource allocation through new attributes in the solution that enable organizations to map staffing requirements to patient scheduling and optimize utilization of critical resources, such as operating rooms.
- Improve care and outcomes through new attributes that support comparative effectiveness research and formulary modeling.
- Support the mobile workforce via out-of-the-box functionality for iPad and iPhone, which includes the ability to initiate actions and workflows directly from mobile devices in conjunction with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition.
- Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics includes Oracle Healthcare Data Warehouse Foundation,Oracle Healthcare Analytics Data Integration, Oracle Health Sciences Cohort Explorer, Oracle Healthcare Operating Room Analytics, and Oracle Healthcare Provider Supply Chain Analyticsenabled by core Oracle technology, including Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, andOracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition.
- In addition, Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics provides out-of-the-box integration with multiple best-of-breed third-party analytics applications for cost analytics, safety monitoring, accountable care, registry reporting and meaningful use compliance.
“The need for actionable business intelligence is no longer a ‘nice-to-have,’ but is now mission-critical as healthcare organizations work to improve outcomes, cut costs and enable more accountable care,” said Neil de Crescenzo, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Health Sciences. “The newest release of Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics makes it easier, faster and more cost-effective for healthcare organizations to integrate and analyze clinical, financial and research data, delivering the information and insight they need to drive efficiencies, support evidence-based medicine initiatives and improve outcomes.”