Use Clinical Analytics to:
Make Your Doctors and Researchers Smarter
Streamline Health Clinical Analytics is a powerful DIY research tool that will help your organization quickly conduct research to support clinical studies, journal publication, grant applications and more. By enabling researchers to run complex queries against existing data, Streamline Health Clinical Analytics dramatically reduces the time & effort needed to generate analytical data to support your research initiatives. Whether you’re focused on supporting journal publication and grant applications, or you’re more clinically focused and need to identify clinical best practices and manage population health, Streamline Health Clinical Analytics can help you achieve your goals.
Clinical Analytics for Healthcare
Robust Functionality Other Solutions Don’t Offer
Why choose Streamline Health® Clinical Analytics?
Time to Event
With its patented Temporal Indexing, Streamline Health Clinical Analytics has a unique ability to track and analyze time-related events such as time in range and time to survival. When combined with event collections, cohorts can be studied over time.
Reusable Research Objects
The solution creates reusable research objects that allow transparent and self-documenting recapitulation of research methods and effectively automate the documentation of methods, improving the effectiveness of your outcomes research and clinical effectiveness research.
Compose and Manage Complex Logical Operations in Relation to Time
A major differentiator is this solution’s strong and flexible User Interface for composing and managing complex, nested conditions in time.
Guide Inferences Using Statistically Sound Confidence Levels
A built-in statistics engine provides users with epidemiologic insight (models, p-values, confidence limits) for high-level inference.
Build multi-dimensional queries on the fly; create drag-and-drop visual rules, end-user reports, and custom analytics
Reduce Reliance on IT Resources
Streamline Health Clinical Analytics eliminates the need to compete for the availability of IT resources in order to create new functionality and to view information from multiple vantage points.