Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust works with Northdoor and Microsoft to boost cross-county Business Intelligence (BI) and reporting capabilities, helping maintain high standards of care in busy NHS hospitals.
“We selected Power BI as our BI tool of choice because it has been heavily adopted within the NHS and in other industries and continues to grow in reputation and functionality. Being a Microsoft tool, it has a familiarity which makes the adoption easier for BI users developing reports as well as other colleagues viewing reports. The variety of visualisations the tool offers is impressive and the constant development of the product means it never stagnates. Being able to share reports with users from any location via their smartphone or tablet is also a really benefit, as that is how many are used to consuming information. The infrastructure we have built with Microsoft and Northdoor also allows us to share information securely with partners working across the local health system, which is something we are required to do increasingly as the health and care landscape evolves. We are still early in our adoption, but there is a real excitement and enthusiasm for using data and analytics in close to real-time, using Power BI.”
James Jarvis, Assistant Director of Business Intelligence at Maidstone and Tundbridge Wells NHS Trust.
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