Implementing Self-Service Clinical Analytics

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The University of California Irvine Medical Center is the go-to place in Orange County when it comes to trauma and illness, including a level one trauma unit, neo-natal ICU and burn unit. They are a not-for-profit provider with approximately 4,500 employees, 35,000 ER visits per year, and 17,500 admissions. With all of that activity, comes a lot of data, a lot of tasks to manage, and a constant need to make every resource count.

So when they went looking for a clinical analytics solution, they had an important set of requirements. Those requirements included finding a solution that could snap-in to existing data sources, was easy to deploy and maintain, and respected existing security and data governance protocols.

Attend this webinar to learn how self-service clinical analytics is helping to improve patient care and resource management at UCI Medical Center, how they got there, and where they plan on heading next.

Charles Boicey
Informatics Solutions Architect, University of California, Irvine

Charles Boicey is the Informatics Solutions Architect at University of California, Irvine, an academic research institution and medical center with a strong commitment to quality patient care and academic excellence. Charles is responsible for the development and implementation of the enterprise data warehouse and the solutions that support the users of the enterprise data warehouse.

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