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Elevating health care quality through centralization
See how Q-Centrix partner hospital system leaders improved quality through primary centralization strategies.
Revolutionize your Oncology program
Join us on Thursday, December 16, for a panel discussion as Q-Centrix clinical and technology experts discuss how oncology leaders can generate high-fidelity and secure clinical oncology data to get meaningful insights in real-time, improve patient outcomes, and achieve accreditation.
Q-Centrix Launches Institute to Solve Unabating Demand for High-Quality, Curated Clinical Data
October 20, 2021
Created in response to the growing need for clinical data amid projected skill shortages, Q-Centrix Institute (QCI) was designed to train clinicians how to expertly abstract clinical data and meet Q-Centrix’s high quality and productivity standards.
Enterprise Clinical Data Management Technology
Our cancer data management analytics software drives insights for hospitals and health system cancer programs.
Our insights-driven cardiovascular clinical data management software spans the National Cardiovascular Database Registry and Society of Thoracic Surgeons offerings.
Our infection screening solution delivers key insights on hospital acquired infections for hospitals and health systems.
Our regulatory reporting tool enables immediate access to insights and required reporting for hospitals and health systems.
Our expert clinical data managers are a cut above
50% of experts have a management background
Expertise in more than 250 specialties
85% of experts have a clinical nursing background
Optimized performance in our proprietary technology
Evidence in the results
University of Utah Health wanted to improve their VQI data integrity by reducing errors and delays.
Eliminated case backlogs and created workflows to engage physicians with current data for less than half the cost of a full-time employee.
Grady Health System wanted to reduce closure numbers and delay in data analysis.
Exceeded the 80% required by the ACS to be considered a “concurrent registry” and significantly reduced closures.
Sharp HealthCare discovered inaccuracies related to data integrity due to changing regulations.
Data integrity improved; compliance increased by 33%.