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More than ever, Health Sciences organizations are looking to improve efficiency while also improving patient care and reducing human error. Until now, these objectives have not been easily enabled by technology. Difficulty analyzing disparate data sources, having access to a single version of the “truth,” and truly being able to achieve efficiencies quickly across multiple areas has been an expensive and that is also a  time and resource-consuming technological endeavor.

Until now.

Now, our clients are able to do the things that have been so difficult in the past, such as analyze revenues from the standpoint of facilities, timelines, and patient care services. And they are doing this with HANA.

HANA is SAP’s revolutionary new computing platform that combines transactional data with analytics and reporting capabilities. What does this mean for Health Sciences organizations? New opportunities for competitive advantage, including the ability to:

  • *Improve the efficiency of back-end business functions across patient relationship management, finance, and billing
  • *Process and respond quickly to changing legislative and regulatory requirements.
  • *Gain real-time access to critical details enabling more informed decision making with respect to trends in Budgets, Accruals, and Trend Analyses.

Increased profitability, happier staff and more satisfied customers are just a few of the benefits organizations can expect to receive. 

So Join us at SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando to learn more about how your Health Sciences organization can leverage HANA to create competitive advantage. This valuable session will be held on May 14 from 2:00 – 2:45pm, Industries and Lines of Business Microfurm (IL124).

You can add “Maximize the Value of Clinical and Operational Data through In-Memory Computing” to your agenda.