Clalit Health Services, which operates 14 hospitals across Israel including psychiatric and rehabilitation hospitals, and over 1,500 clinics as well as a network of pharmacies, chose Q-nomy’s flagship product Q‑Flow® for patient journey optimization to complement Q-Flow’s appointment scheduling module, as a rounded solution for all its services.
Q-nomy has been tasked to design this project, and is to consider complex, next-generation business cases, maximum automation and an omnichannel approach for enhancing workflows, patient experience and transparency in patient treatment.
Clalit’s solution is based on the newest Q-Flow v6.2, which was officially released earlier this month.
Q-nomy Inc. today announced it is partnering with system integrator Infina Technologies to deliver enterprise solutions based on Q-nomy's software platform, Q-Flow.
Infina consists of a team of seasoned Q-Flow implementation experts, with experience in designing, implementing, integrating, and providing ongoing support, for Q-Flow-based solutions, in a variety of market segments, such as finance, government, education, and more.
In an open public tender, Northern Health, Victoria, has selected Q-nomy's Partner NEXA Group to create a patient centric, Health Service-wide patient flow solution across three of its major campuses – The Northern Hospital, Craigieburn Medical Centre and the Broadmeadows Hospital.
“The NEXA solution in Q-Flow was successful in the competitive tender process due to a strong track record of implementing similar systems at other Victorian health facilities. This confidence was also supported by the Service Design approach employed to understand our requirements, and the ability to integrate Q-Flow into a number of our patient administration systems” said, Carolyn Downing, Operations Director, Northern Health.
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Q-nomy today announced it has been identified as a sample vendor in the Gartner “Hype Cycle for Real-Time Health System Technologies, 2018” report. Q-nomy was named in two categories: “Real-Time Health System Platform” and “Patient Self-Service Kiosks”.
Gartner’s report identifies technologies critical to the formation of a real-time health system (RTHS), and is considered an essential reference for healthcare CIOs assessing the value of RTHS-enabling technologies. It is the third successive year that Gartner has cited Q-nomy as a Sample Vendor in this prestigious report.
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