PQS launches EQuIPP Analytics at TSE

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DURHAM, N.C. — Pharmacy Quality Solutions (PQS) has announced the launch of EQuIPP Analytics as a new, agile data visualization tool to complement its EQuIPP application. EQuIPP Analytics is making its debut at NACDS Total Store Expo in Denver, Colo., with more than 40 scheduled demonstrations to pharmacy client groups.

The new companion to the EQuIPP application provides deep contextual information in a more dynamic, visual format for organizations in need of enhanced reporting. EQuIPP is the industry-standard quality measurement platform that delivers consistent and reliable measurement and reporting on medication-related quality measures, including addressing medication adherence, gaps in care, and patient safety.

“EQuIPP Analytics is designed to support key decision makers and their strategy teams in making resource allocation decisions when planning and evaluating improvement efforts,” says PQS chief information officer, Mark Conklin. “Our clients can get answers to custom questions efficiently without having to consider hiring additional staff.”

EQuIPP Analytics allows teams to track top performance improvement opportunities within their patient population with easy-to-understand custom charts and reporting to produce an actionable game plan for improving patient care. With Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) focus on quality health care, EQuIPP™ Analytics strengthens the ability to improve patient outcomes and reduce the overall cost of care.

“PQS is excited to add EQuIPP Analytics to our product line-up,” says PQS chief executive officer Jeff Newell. “With our unique access to payer-specific data for over 75% of the Medicare prescription marketplace, this solution-based program delivers detailed trends, peer comparisons and targeted improvement opportunities for organizations to execute performance goals. Our clients are more engaged on the EQuIPP platform and asking insightful and targeted questions on how they can improve. We have listened, and this new tool delivers the actionable information that will lead to additional improvement in addressing specific gaps in care.”




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