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Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health in Philadelphia have selected the business intelligence and analytics platform of Qlik to better collect, analyze, disseminate data and make patient care decisions. The product, called Qlik Sense, enables the building of custom apps and the visualization of data to better understand results and support enterprise-level users. Mouneer Oden, vice president of enterprise analytics and chief data scientist at Jefferson Health, calls the initiative “precision analytics.”

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