Quisitive’s Public Health Analytics and Reporting solution helps health departments jump start their data road map with a discovery session, 2-day workshop, and solution deployment.
Public health departments in the United States are responsible for the wellbeing and health of their communities. They have the responsibility to provide crucial health analytics to citizens and government agencies in a timely and accurate manner. Additionally, they are required to report accurate critical data to department workers, partner agencies, and other constituents in times of crisis.
Investing in solutions to streamline data aggregation, uncover insights, and develop predictive models will improve response during critical times. Ultimately, health departments will be able to rapidly analyze data and respond to health challenges more effectively. Quisitive’s Public Health offering helps health departments jump start their data road map. More recently, Quisitive has worked with health departments to incorporate COVID-19 data into their crisis response platform. For example...
EMERGENCY RESPONSE COVID-19 response planning across the United States is happening at a regional level, with cities, counties, and states building plans tailored to their citizens and their regional capabilities to respond. The internet is flooded with dashboards and information, the majority of which are backward looking and don’t provide the local information needed to efficiently respond to case loads. With Quisitive’s Public Health offering, bed counts, ICU capacity, staff schedules, and equipment inventory are aggregated on a single platform, helping local health departments better plan their response.
Houston faces flooding events frequently. With scarce resources and 660+ square miles to cover, the city needs to improve how resources are allocated when flooding happens. Quisitive’s Crisis Response offering gives health departments an automated framework to aggregate data from disparate sources to detect outliers, trends and patterns quickly to improve crisis response. Data quality processes improve vendor managed systems to further enhance analytics.
1. DISCOVER NEEDS: A 2-hour session to understand the public health agency’s current state, assess their needs, and introduce the crisis response platform.
2. INNOVATE & DESIGN: Innovation and Architectural Workshop:
3. DEPLOY MVP
DAY 1: Innovation Session
DAY 2: Design Session
*Estimated pricing based on customer size and project scope.
Formally a Catapult Systems offer.