Seattle & Las Vegas, February 29th, 2016 – Tableau Software (NYSE:DATA), a global leader in rapid-fire business analytics software, today announced a technology agreement with Epic. The agreement will enable joint customers to deliver actionable insights from Tableau to EMR end-users, empowering physicians, clinicians, nurses and case managers for clinical analysis.
As part of this agreement, customer-created Tableau workbooks and dashboards will be integrated with Epic’s EMR, allowing direct access from end-user workflows. In addition, the community of joint customers will share knowledge, innovation and best practices to accelerate time-to-value from both technologies, focusing on helping customers leverage their data assets.
“This is a significant milestone that will enable healthcare providers and health systems to deliver significant value to their patients, physicians, clinicians, nurses, care managers and executives,” said David Delafield, Chief Financial Officer at Medical Group WA/AK, Providence Health and Services in Seattle. “Stakeholders at all levels of the organization will be able to leverage the clinical data from Epic and self-service visual analytics from Tableau to enable performance improvement.”
Dr. Ari Robicsek, VP of Clinical Analytics and Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at NorthShore University Health System, welcomes the relationship. “Tableau has been essential in our effort to transform clinical data from Epic into actionable insights, enabling us to deliver these insights into the real-life workflows of clinicians and healthcare administrators. Examples include predictive models that drive our Population Health and readmission reduction efforts and actionable quality dashboards for primary care providers.” He further added, “This has delighted our physicians, achieved high levels of adoption, and resulted in demonstrably better patient outcomes.”
“We’re very excited to be working with Epic” said Andy Dé, Managing Director for Healthcare and Life Sciences at Tableau. “We continue to experience strong market adoption for Tableau at the enterprise level nationally in healthcare. This relationship is a direct result of customers’ demand and will deliver value to healthcare providers through the delivery of rapid, actionable insights from their clinical data, for measurable impact on health outcomes.”
This collaboration comes at a time of further recognition for Tableau in healthcare. KLAS, an independent research firm, placed Tableau among the top business intelligence and analytics vendors for healthcare in the 2015 KLAS report, “Enterprise Healthcare BI: The Search for Outcomes.”
Attendees can learn more about how Tableau can help healthcare organizations during the HIMSS Conference in Las Vegas Feb. 29 – March 4 in the HIMSS Exhibition Hall level 1 at Expo Hall Booth #11937, and at the Clinical and Business Intelligence Knowledge Center Kiosk # 14077, or online at http://www.tableau.com/healthcare-analytics.
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