Quality Management

With a focus on empowering healthcare organizations to address some of their toughest quality challenges, Qualibria’s first clinical solution is designed to provide near real-time insight into key indicators of infection as care is being provided, enabling an organization to take action at the earliest sign of a problem, rather than after the fact.

With an initial focus on reducing healthcare associated infections and, more specifically, hospital acquired conditions, that today are costing the US healthcare system approximately $35 Billion a year**, Qualibria’s first clinical solution is designed to provide near real-time insight into key indicators of infection as care is being provided, enabling an organization to take action at the earliest sign of a problem, rather than after the fact.

Whether the clinical knowledge of healthcare associated infections is used by clinicians at the bedside of their patients or it becomes a valuable tool for infection preventionists to quickly recognize infection trends across a cohort of patients, Qualibria’s quality management solution is positioned to make a positive impact on the quality of care provided, while helping to reduce costs within healthcare organizations and across the industry.

This quality management solution is the first in a series of healthcare applications that will leverage the power of the Qualibria Clinical Knowledge Platform. This platform brings together data from existing healthcare IT solutions in an organization, combines the data with evidence-based best practices and an organization’s clinical standards and alerts care givers to variations from desired outcomes. Because the platform is designed to enable Qualibria platform users to share and incorporate information across organizations, best practices used by one organization will now be able to be quickly integrated within the clinical process of other Qualibria-based institutions.

As a foundation on which next generation healthcare applications will be developed, Qualibria’s platform will change the way information and best practice standards of care are used and shared across the industry.

** R. Douglas Scott II, The Direct Medical Costs of Healthcare-Associated Infections in U.S. Hospitals and the Benefits of Prevention. (Economist, March 2009).

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