RALEIGH, N.C., March 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Roundtable Analytics, Inc., an Analytics as a Service (AaaS) and consulting company focused on improving the operational and financial performance of Emergency Departments (EDs), launched new Benchmarking Data Services for Academic Emergency Medicine at a key industry event last week in San Diego, California.
The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), on behalf of the Academy of Administrators of Academic Emergency Medicine (AAAEM) and the Association of Academic Chairs of Emergency Medicine (AACEM), had selected Roundtable Analytics to provide custom data analytics which allow hospitals to easily compare their key ED performance metrics with other member hospitals. Under the terms of the contract, Roundtable Analytics developed and hosted an online process for collecting and analyzing comparative performance data of the 110 member institutions, who are the leading academic teaching hospitals in the United States and North America.
With the introduction of the Analytics Portal, members now have web-based access to their national database and can easily compare selected salary information, as well as their performance on several hundred critical operational metrics, against the results of prior years, the entire membership, and peer groups of their choice.
"We are delighted to partner with these Associations," said Tate Holt, CEO of Roundtable Analytics, "and provide sophisticated ED analytical and statistical expertise. With the Analytics Portal in place, we look forward to supporting selected research efforts and publications from member institutions."
About Roundtable Analytics, Inc.
Roundtable Analytics, Inc. offers on-demand and easy to use data analytics, such as site-specific simulation models, that optimize the performance of client Emergency Departments. Securely leveraging each ED's unique data resources, Roundtable Analytics' predictive analytics are delivered via SaaS to ED managers who can quickly simulate the impact of adjusting key management variables under their control. This approach eliminates the risks of suboptimal patient care and financial losses that can occur during costly trial-and-error periods.
Funded by a combination of National Science Foundation grants and private equity, Roundtable Analytics launched its simulation and analytics services commercially in 2016.
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