Breaking news! InPhase has become one of only four official NHS certified suppliers of LFPSE (Learn from Patient Safety Events) incident reporting solutions for all sizes of NHS and independent hospitals and healthcare providers. With NHS Trusts and other healthcare providers being required to migrate to an LFPSE compliant system within the next year, find out what is different about an LFPSE system, why you need to migrate to a supported system and how it is expected to transform patient safety and care.
From origins and evolution to the current business context of dashboards.
In a modern working environment, we often hear or talk about dashboards, an information hub that brings relevant information to our fingertips or more accurately our eyes. Before we dig into why we need a dashboard it helps to understand the origins of this term.
New InPhase v16 Halo now supports embedded Tableau data visualisations 9 Feb 2018
Businesses seeking to either co-exist Tableau and InPhase, or migrate fully from Tableau to InPhase now have a new option.
InPhase now supports embedding and integrating Tableau server visualisations.
The process of finding a new car can be seriously daunting
I recently needed to buy a car.
Mine was on it’s last legs.. well wheels anyway. I have to say, the process of finding a new one was seriously daunting. The nightmare of facing used car salesman, after used car salesman at a variety of local showrooms, dragging my kids trailing behind me, was about to become a reality for the next 2 – 3 weeks.
Or so I thought...
We've decided to give you a taste of what's going to be hot in 2017 within the realm of business intelligence. All in one neat, beautiful looking infographic.
Too much demand, too many patients, not enough resources
The challenge that the NHS faces today is variously described as: too much demand, too many patients, not enough resources.
This blog examines these issues identified by the systems already in place in the NHS and suggests how we can act on the performance management and BI information as part of addressing this classic dilemma: demand is clearly greater than supply.
The importance of providing context with visualisations
Recently several high profile companies have heavily sold the idea that a great looking, fast data visualisation the greatest business intelligence.
It is certainly great to have beautiful visualisations of data, but that is less than half the picture if you need to manage the business better.
Over the last 12 months I've met many organisations, both large and small. And after having many hundreds of conversations with senior managers and CxO's I've come to the conclusion that organisations fall into 3 distinct groups when it comes to Corporate Performance.