Who We Are
Defined by our people + technology
With industry and functional experts in 50 states connected through technology, we partner with health care organizations to unlock the value of their clinical data.
Traits of a leader
We are visionaries about the purpose of clinical data. We are empathetic members of the most significant industry today. We are a team of achievers who seek to inspire a transformation. We are driven by a mission. We are future-facing innovators. We are Q-Centrix—each member of our team possesses the important traits that have made us a market leader.
We take a consistent approach to recruiting and skills development regardless of where our people are located, so that we can quickly deliver the right team of experts, with the right experience and expertise, to every partner anywhere in the country.
Our partners needs are constantly changing, so we continually seek new and better ways to serve them. To do this, we bring new talent and technology into the organization, acquiring new companies, and developing new capabilities, for example, in regulatory reporting.
We partner at every level of health care organizations, whether as a trusted advisor to top management or as a teammate or coach for data managers. Through expert teams and market-leading technology, we implement best practices and collaborate over the long-term to curate clinical data, identify insights, drive improvement, and unlock next-generation performance.
Powered by Knowledge
Our work requires a rigorous understanding of every partner’s context, dynamics and technical environment. For this reason, we study changes within technology, trends, and emerging best practices, in all areas of heath care quality. We publish our findings extensively, and we engage with leading thinkers on the most pressing issues facing our partners and industry. Our perpetual learning also helps advance the practice of clinical data management.
White Paper: Winning in a Quality-Centrix World
Clinical quality is the heart of today’s health system. As health systems transition from facilities to clinical enterprises, now, more than ever, the delivery of high-quality care will distinguish the good from the great and likely determine the winners in any given market. Yet despite substantial time, resources and focus dedicated to quality improvement, many health systems have not realized substantial gains.
- Market-share expansion through physician engagement, satisfaction
- Sustainable revenue growth through Center of Excellence strategy.
- Patient reputation management
- Lower cost through scale, efficiency
- Data fidelity, transparency and high reliability