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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals

Insights into symptoms, reports for better medication and results for happier patients resulting in better margins.

How do you treat change?

Actually medical professionals are by design accustomed to deal with change. Health care & pharmaceutical industry is driven by change and is always on the lookout for solutions that will help them to provide better and effective health care.

The food & Drug Authorities worldwide have been on reform and regulation trail. It is imperative for the sector t make sure government reform and changing policies don’t damage the bottom line and are in compliance with the regulators.

Reporting is the prescription.

Like a virus, disconnected and stand alone systems and spreadsheets have spread all over the healthcare industry, making it difficult to use the data you do have. Your healthcare business need satisfied patients for making profits.

For this you require clinics, hospitals, pre-clinical, clinical research, drug development and practices need data-driven solutions that don't add to waiting time for patient but time is spent on treating patients.

BI Reports & Dashboard

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It is not an easy task to combine real-time data from every system into one intuitive dashboard. Sunovaa has the right expertise to assist you in that, so you can tailor reports to the needs of doctors and patients. From checking on patient care to seeing revenue cycles, Sunovaa customized solutions for managing your healthcare business wherever you are and more so if you have a chain of healthcare establishments.

  • Track the quality of care
  • Decrease cost per outcome
  • Increase operational efficiencies
  • Monitor the effectiveness of new treatments


  • Financial analysis:Healthcare organizations need visibility into the full scope of financial operations.Business intelligence enables healthcare providers to drill from reports into detailed analyses of costs and revenues, view data underlying cash flow statements, and compare planned versus actual income and margin.
  • Quality performance and safety analysis: Business intelligence can analyze an individual's history and risk profile to determine the likelihood of increased resource consumption based on information such as accelerated use of healthcare services, drug use and patient demographics.
  • Marketing analysis:: Reporting on patient satisfaction supports the goal within healthcare organizations for increased accountability among healthcare providers, and it can also be leveraged for marketing purposes.
  • Claims and clinical data analysis: By analyzing and monitoring claims, business intelligence can help healthcare providers and payers determine the biggest risk areas and devise the most effective rate structures.BI platforms provide a unified framework for clinical data analysis to facilitate information sharing and collaboration.
  • Patient care analysis: : By increasing information sharing with patients and offering patients self-service functions, organizations using business intelligence allow patients to take ownership of their care, leading to improved outcomes.
  • Operational performance and cost management: Healthcare organizations can respond to the intense pressure to cut costs by employing information solutions that monitor opportunities to improve operations, spotlighting inefficient uses of resources and unnecessary overhead costs.

Data Visualization

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Integrating health data from different complex sources quantifying the available health data into meaningful visualization is the need of the hour for healthcare providers and patients. Physicians wants to see simple and intuitive visual summary of patient health for better diagnosis and treatment.


  • Personal Health Information:: Individuals will increasingly collect information about their own health practices, while body monitors and sensors will enable them to better understand their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Clinical Health Information:As Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems become pervasive patient care could improve and secondary use of these data will provide valuable insights about treatment patterns.
  • Public Health Information: Federal and state governments collect large volumes of public health data that can enable policy makers to make more reliable decisions.

Advanced Analytics

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Discover when and how to leverage effective analytics to improve clinical care, operations, and performance management. Ensure decision makers have the insight to integrate and drive tangible value from data in order to place correct and actionable insights in the hands of caregivers and patients alike.


1. Advanced analysis of healthcare data is key to drive more effective, efficient and personalized care, to in turn deliver better business and patient outcomes.

2.Improve clinical effectiveness and member/patient satisfaction through

  • Improve clinical quality of care
  • Improve patient safety and reduce medical errors
  • Improve wellness, prevention and disease management
  • Understand physician profiles and clinical performance
  • Improve customer satisfaction, acquisition and retention

3. Improve operational effectiveness

  • Reduce costs and increase efficiency
  • Optimize catchment area and network management
  • Improve pay for performance and accountability
  • Increase operating speed and adaptability

4.Improve financial and administrative performance

  • Increase revenue and ROI
  • Improve utilization
  • Optimize supply chain and human capital management
  • Improve risk management and regulatory compliance
  • Reduce fraud and abuse

Data Services

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Thorough data preparation to cope with missing values, duplicated records, incorrect data entry, patient name entity resolution, and proper date-time stamps. Scaling techniques to billions of records by filtering and dynamically forming aggregated values. This supports retrospective analyses by researchers who may seek to compare across patients, physicians, hospitals, time periods, and geographic regions.

Public health data analysts will benefit from more integrated systems that provide comprehensible access to diverse data sets, establish systematic yet flexible visual analytics workflows, and accepted formats for presenting results to policy makers and the general public.


  • Collecting and directing the flow of information:Maintaining Patients Electronics Health records (E.H.R) as per the HIPPA standards of data as per the standards. Especially if some of the data comes from outside sources, there must be a level of trust in the quality and security of the receiving organization’s health data management systems for the data owner to be willing to share it.
  • Turning different data formats into one for all:Acquired data must be made usable by scrubbing, normalizing and aggregating into a standard format that all can view and manipulate.
  • Make sure you are HIPAA-compliant:De-identifying patient data before it can be used or shared for certain purposes. Whatever the requirement, having a strong data management mechanism in place is critical for protecting both partners and your own organization.