Advanced GIS capabilities for assessing market trends, patient and population needs will guide decision makers as institution enters era of expansion
PORTLAND, ME– August 10, 2015 – Exeter Hospital, a community hospital in Exeter NH, has selected INVISION Market Viewer™ from iVantage Health Analytics to drive a deeper, more dynamic understanding of its market position, service expansion opportunities, competitive landscape and population needs. The extensive, up-to-date data accessible through INVISION will complement Exeter Hospital’s proprietary data sources and provide leadership with a unique perspective from which to make strategic business decisions.
Exeter chose the solution through its membership in Yankee Alliance, which has partnered with iVantage to offer its more than 100 member hospitals the solutions to assess and benchmark performance, analyze service area needs, and empower leaders with actionable metrics necessary to develop and execute strategic plans.
“Relying on information locked inside of a spreadsheet or a static map no longer works in today’s healthcare environment. INVISION delivers the dynamic, interactive visualizations hospital leaders need to identify and assess market opportunities and risks,” commented Araby Thornewill, president of iVantage solutions. “INVISION offers Exeter’s strategic planners a new perspective of their landscape, taking into account current state data files and the hospital’s own internal data to solve some of their most challenging issues through reporting, visualizing, strategizing, monitoring and action.”
About iVantage Health Analytics
iVantage is a leading advisory and business analytic services company applying AHT-Accelerated Healthcare Transformation™ and the VantagePoints™ platform to drive sustained, evidence-based results. The company’s unique combination of technology, content, and expert advisory services accelerates decision making for the new healthcare. Visit www.iVantageHealth.com.
About Exeter Hospital
Exeter Hospital is a 100-bed tax exempt, community-based hospital and one of three affiliates of Exeter Health Resources. The hospital started in 1896 as a small cottage hospital on Pine Street in Exeter and now has:
– Approximately 1,500 employees
– More than 200 affiliated physicians on staff
– Approximately 32,700 annual Emergency Department visits
– More than 5,750 annual admissions
For more information, visit http://www.exeterhospital.com