Software consolidated solutions for optimal efficiency in the workplace.
With PERFEQTA, the hospital consolidated multiple software modules from different vendors into one platform resulting in automated and efficient quality control processes, increased productivity, and optimized management of standardized protocols.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is one of the world’s most respected centers devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education, and prevention. MD Anderson provides cancer care at several convenient locations throughout the Greater Houston Area and collaborates with community hospitals and health systems nationwide through MD Anderson Cancer Network®. MD Anderson is made up of 20,000 employees and 1,000 volunteers. U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” survey has ranked MD Anderson, the nation’s top hospital for cancer care for 14 of 17 years.
MD Anderson had multiple disconnected software platforms that required redundant data entry. Additionally, the multitude of software platforms being used required the hospital to host them on their existing Information Technology Infrastructure. The hospital sought out a more effective and efficient method of managing their quality control processes. The issues to address with the hospital were as follows:
The PERFEQTA team worked hand-in-hand with MD Anderson Cancer Center to create an organization-wide scalable solution that automated and consolidated the following processes in the following areas.
“After using the PERFEQTA platform, MD Anderson users reported that PERFEQTA made a great impact to their daily operations. They praised PERFEQTA’s intuitive design, flexibility, ease of use and the support received from the PERFEQTA team. The platform scored exceptional marks in regard to reliability and the implementation process.”
– University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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