Enterprise Software to Advance Quality

ONE TOOL. ONE GOAL.

Qview is one software system used hospital-wide to support your quality improvement initiatives. With the ability to pull data directly from the EMR and securely communicate across departments, Qview allows for efficient data collection and multi-level collaboration. With real-time management of the case and peer review process, one system gets everyone moving beyond mandated protocols to achieving timely, action-based outcomes.

SECURE & STANDARD.

Supporting your organization’s move away from paper-based and siloed electronic systems, Qview streamlines and standardizes quality management protocols while securely centralizing collected data. With Qview, sensitive information no longer travels via email, text, or other means that leaves patient and provider data exposed. Privacy is truly protected.

MEANINGFUL DATA.

Configurable to track the relevant quality measures of each specialty or department, Qview isn’t just more data. It’s purposeful data you’ll actually use.

EASY FOR EVERYONE.

Beyond these fundamental advantages, for any hospital-wide system to work well, it must be easy to learn and maintain. Everyday users will appreciate Qview’s consumer-level ease and configurability. IT professionals will experience unprecedented simplicity and speed while onboarding Qview’s secure enterprise software.

 

STANDARD

  • One software system used hospital-wide

  • Defined, documented and auditable

  • Template-based workflows and presentations

    built around configurable core criteria

  • Created using current software standards including HTML5, HL7 2.X and DICOM

SECURE

  • Certified role-based user authentication

  • Truly protected patient and provider data

  • Contained inter-departmental communication

  • Safe, single user sign in via LDAP

SIMPLE

  • Easy to learn, easy to operate

  • Pulls data directly from the EMR

  • Auto-generated slides for presentations

  • Configurable without programming

  • IT-friendly onboarding and implementation