Abilis Data Rocket for Healthcare Providers

Abilis Solutions Inc.

Create data architecture to help healthcare leadership respond to crisis and increased demands.

Abilis Data Rocket, a three-month POC for healthcare institutions, proves how close you are to obtaining 360-degree institutional insights with real-time data ingestion and reporting, and predictive analysis. It will change the way you use data to make decisions.

Abilis Data Rocket empowers your data transformation through Gartner-leading technology partners, including:

  • Talend provides the tools to do batch and real-time data ingestion, Gartner-leading data quality processing (deduping, data masking, fuzzy matching), data stewardship, data catalogue, and pay-per-user model.
  • Snowflake offers the ability to scale up and out automatically in a pay-per-use model so cost equals value, while minimizing administrative and operational overhead and creating easy, secure data sharing.
  • PowerBI or Tableau enables self-service visual analytics to let business users explore data, get cognitive insights and realize final-mile value from their data.
  • Microsoft Azure Machine Learning enables predictive models to be easily built in scale to make smarter decisions.

Abilis Data Rocket is the ideal solution for healthcare institutions who want to test the waters of industry-leading technology without a big upfront investment – for $30,000 you can experience firsthand the transformational power data can have on your organization. Abilis Data Rocket’s three-month POC comes with a complimentary technology alignment assessment, a $1,200 value. During your assessment, systems integrator Abilis Corp will provide a roadmap for aligning your data architecture to support your goals and KPIs. Once you have seen the power and possibilities of data-fueled decision-making, you will receive a 5% discount on 12-month consumption – nearly $15,000 off the listed purchase price.

Data should support mission-critical operations and improve patient outcomes – Abilis Data Rocket provides the “how.” 

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