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Port Huron Hospital to Implement Quantros IRIS Clinical Business Intelligence Platform

Quantros, a leading provider of quality, safety and clinical business intelligence solutions for the healthcare industry, today announced that Port Huron Hospital has agreed to implement the Quantros IRIS Executive™ clinical business application suite.

Quantros IRIS Executive integrates data from across a healthcare organization’s quality, safety and billing systems. IRIS then presents this data to end users via a highly configurable, role-based dashboard. By eliminating barriers to meaningful data, IRIS offers a single, reliable source of near-real time quality, safety and billing information.

“We have had a positive experience using Quantros products,” said Mary Pool, Director of Quality Management for Port Huron Hospital. “IRIS Executive provides stakeholders throughout our organization immediate access to one unified source for safety and quality performance data. It provides the analytics tools to improve our care environment.”

Port Huron Hospital has been consistently recognized as a top performer in national measures of patient safety and quality outcomes. In 2012, Port Huron has earned an “A” grade for patient safety outcomes from the Leapfrog Group’s Hospital Safety Score.

“With the advancement of Health IT, nearly everything is digitized and generating data,” said Gerard Livaudais, MD, Chief Medical Officer for Quantros. “Healthcare providers must be able to separate ‘signal’ from ‘noise’, and share that performance improvement focus for staff across the organization. Beginning with performance leaders like Port Huron, we expect all providers will see the value of IRIS in handling the data deluge and creating new opportunities to deepen understanding, sharpen focus and align improvement efforts for Safety, Quality and Surveillance.”

About Quantros:

Quantros helps healthcare providers improve quality and patient safety by empowering organizations, at every level, with the actionable intelligence they need to improve outcomes and reduce risk. Quantros provides cloud based tools and resources for the healthcare industry in the areas of safety and risk management, quality and performance improvement, accreditation and compliance, and centralized decision support. Today more than 2,000 healthcare facilities use Quantros solutions to capture meaningful data to effectively drive the decisions that improve the safety and quality of care. For more information about Quantros, please visit www.quantros.com.

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