QlickiT customer Teva have won a prestigious BOBI award (Best of Business Intelligence) for their ‘Using NHS Rx data to drive cost efficiencies in the UK’ entry. Awarded by the BHBIA (British Healthcare Business Intelligence Association) the Teva team (including Chris Reynolds, David Heaster and Jayne East) won in the ‘Excellence in Business Analytics’ category.
The winning project was designed to demonstrate potential cost efficiencies to the NHS through optimal uptake of Teva products. Using QlikView and the expertise of QlickiT’s David Brown, Teva built an online application that CCGs could use to identify cost savings simply by using the publicly available DM&D weekly data. The application automatically updates weekly and allows CCGs to drill down to practice level data to help them prioritise the biggest saving opportunities.
In their appraisal the judges remarked on the ‘effective and repeatable way of handling large datasets that facilitates effective communication with their customers’. They also remarked that the ‘tool looks good’, ‘replaces inefficient processes’ and most importantly ‘is clearly generating benefits to the business already’.
QlickiT would like to congratulate the Teva team on their innovative use of publicly available data to bring about simultaneous and significant benefits to both the NHS and their own business. This is a fantastic example of something we are extremely passionate about - utilising all available data smartly to bring about positive change. Excellent work from the Teva team and we look forward to their next innovations using Qlik!