Nairobi Office
Nairobi Office

Better Care. Lower Costs. Greater Value

Hospitals around the world are under ever-increasing pressure to provide first class care to rapidly growing populations, often while juggling funding squeezes or changes to payment plans. Hospitals increasingly use data analysis to keep an eye on overall hospital performance and track aspects like patient progress and outcomes, track bed occupancy, improve bedside care, and correct inefficiencies in the way they deal with patients or administer treatment and services. All of which helps them to run a tighter ship, while ensuring that patients get the best possible quality of care. Healthcare is a huge data lake. Too many systems, data sources, records, but how can they be aggregated into one complete picture? Unlock data-driven business intelligence to improve and reimagine “care”? The objective here is to improve healthcare delivery.

Quality Care Delivery

Optimize staff-to-patient ratio. How can we optimize our physician-to-patient ratio? In order to avoid delayed treatment, inappropriate appointment setup, increased wait time and patient dissatisfaction it is we will help analyze your health care plan physicians’ allocation.

Quality and Outcomes

Having a better clinical performance, equals better patient outcomes. Having a complete view of patient care and admission patterns, will help you address clinical and non-clinical factors that affect readmissions, prevent avoidable readmissions and ensure cost reduction and efficient delivery of healthcare. Analyzing factors that affect patient care, can help uncover hidden insights that can help predict and improve patient outcomes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Still open questions?

Data Analytics is about understanding your data and using that knowledge to drive actions. It reveals the trends and outliers within the data which might be otherwise difficult to note. It is a scientific way to convert raw data into information that helps guide difficult decisions.

Businesses are using analytics to make more informed decisions and to plan ahead. It helps businesses to uncover opportunities which are visible only through an analytical lens. Analytics helps companies to decipher trends, patterns and relationships within data to explain, predict and react to a market phenomenon.

Analytics is not for one time or special event, yet it is a continuous process. The businesses should not take their attention off analytics and plan to adopt it as a regular business function. The business has to make collecting, cleaning and analyzing data a routine and a support role to functions that do not have the capability to do so.

The resources and time required for an analytics project is dependent on a number of factors. The major factors being the scope and scale of the project, readiness and availability of required data, understanding of the analysis tools, skills and knowledge of the analytical team and most importantly, acceptance and approval from the management team to carry on the analytics project.

Data is the most important resource for any analytics project hence the business should make sure that it captures its business and customer data in a structured manner. This will ensure that company has all the relevant data in the most usable form and can help the project move along quickly.


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