Children’s Medical Center Dallas has selected HCD to provide them with critical business intelligence tools. Children’s intends to use our Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) Appliance in order to quickly gain deeper insight from all their data. Children’s is the second leading pediatric healthcare organization to partner with HCD. Nationwide Children’s Hospital of Columbus has been working with HCD since 2008.
(Columbus, OH) After a comprehensive search, Children’s Medical Center Dallas (Children’s) has selected Health Care DataWorks (HCD) to provide them with the business intelligence tools they need to view all of the data that runs throughout their organization. According to Children’s, HCD outranked the competition in experience with their underlying infrastructure and cost-effectiveness. Children’s becomes the second leading pediatric healthcare organization to partner with Health Care DataWorks for their market-leading technology. Nationwide Children’s Hospital of Columbus has been working with HCD since 2008.
Children’s intends to use HCD’s Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) Appliance to provide them with the business intelligence solution they need to quickly gain deeper insight from their data. The EDW appliance includes a robust healthcare enterprise data model, hundreds of standard reports and a number of pre-built dashboards and scorecards which will jumpstart their data warehouse strategy. Implementation of HCD’s EDW Appliance will provide Children’s with an integrated, consolidated view of their clinical, financial, operational and research data with an initial focus on revenue, productivity and quality.
“Healthcare organizations that do not have a flexible and proven data warehousing program in place are at a disadvantage in today’s marketplace. They simply don’t have the actionable knowledge that allows them to make the decisions that enable higher quality results and lower costs,” explained Detlev H. (Herb) Smaltz, Health Care DataWorks CEO. “Health Care DataWorks EDW solution will provide Children’s Medical Center with immediate results that have real impact while saving them both time and money.”
“We looked at a number of different providers before deciding that HCD had the solutions we are looking for,” said Christopher Menzies MD, Chief Medical Information Officer at Children’s. “We are confident that HCD understands the needs of a pediatric healthcare organization, such as ours, and that their tools can provide us with the actionable knowledge we want to make decisions that improve the quality of care we provide our patients. “
Health Care DataWorks, Inc.
Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio HCD is a three-year old Ohio State University technology commercialization company that pioneered the “Enterprise Data Warehouse in a Box” for healthcare provider organizations. HCD partners with hospitals and health systems that aspire to be high-performing, information-driven organizations. Health Care DataWorks delivers the core competency in business intelligence necessary to effectively and efficiently gain deeper insights from all their data. http://www.hcdataworks.com
Children’s Medical Center Dallas
The Children’s Medical Center pediatric healthcare system devotes itself solely to caring for the complex medical needs of children through our commitment to quality care, research and innovation, education and advocacy and excellence and accountability. With more than 5,400 employees and more than 1,000 physicians on its medical staff, Children’s Dallas is consistently ranked among the nation’s top hospitals by U.S.News & World Report. With Magnet designation, its nursing services rank in the top 5 percent of the nation’s hospitals for nursing excellence. Through its academic affiliation with UT Southwestern Medical Center, one of the world’s most prolific research institutions, clinical discoveries made at Children’s are instrumental in developing treatments, therapies, and greater understanding of pediatric diseases. The hospital was founded by a group of concerned nurses as an outdoor baby camp in 1913, and has grown into a 559-bed, private, not-for-profit hospital system with two full-service campuses and 10 outpatient sites. It is currently the eighth largest pediatric healthcare provider in the United States. Many of the system’s more than 50 specialty programs have received national and international recognition. In addition, Children’s has been recognized for achieving HIMSS Stage 7 of the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model, ranking them in the top 1% of hospitals worldwide for having a paperless patient environment . For more information, please visit www.childrens.com.