Oracle has unveiled an enterprise healthcare analytics offering, which integrates data from electronic medical records, clinical departmental systems, patient accounting, ERP, research and other source systems.
The company said that the enterprise healthcare analytics offering provides a foundation upon which providers can use pre-built business intelligence, analytic, data mining and performance management applications from Oracle and its partners.
The Healthcare Data Warehouse Foundation is designed for ease of use for analytic application developers and can be extended to accommodate a provider’s environment.
According to Oracle, the Operating Room Analytics is an analytic and performance management application that provides surgical services directors and surgical, anesthesia, and nursing leaders an enterprise view of operating room efficiency. It includes analysis of the case volumes, utilidation rates, turnover times as well as more than 200 pre-built operational efficiency measures.
Neil de Crescenzo, senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Health Sciences, said: “Healthcare providers have long struggled with effectively measuring clinical quality, operational efficiency and financial performance in a timely and actionable manner.
“Oracle’s enterprise healthcare analytics is designed specifically for healthcare providers to help them unlock the value of electronic health information to enable quality performance and clinical excellence, to drive departmental and operational efficiencies, and accelerate innovation to the point of care.”