Innovation Through Analytics
Imagine™ is Qlarion’s high-value, low-risk approach to developing business intelligence and analytics solutions that are based on innovation and out-of-the-box thinking, not the terms and conditions of a contract.
We begin by identifying a mission-critical challenge and launching a rapid prototyping process to quickly show value and secure buy-in from internal stakeholders. Our approach is centered on the business use case – not the technology. Once successful, we use Imagine™ to extend the pilot to a full-blown production-level project, which may include formalizing multiple use cases for the client. Once we deliver the production project, we leverage our best practices and repeatable model for creating a Center(s)of Excellence for the client, which would include working on multiple projects and streams of work to deliver data and analytics solutions throughout the organization.
By leveraging Imagine™ in support of our pilot, project, program approach, we empower more users with data analytics, allowing them to make better business decisions and achieve measurable, tangible results.
Qlarion understands that the right approach to analytics begins and ends with a single-minded focus on the right outcomes.
Our solutions are designed to help our customers make better business decisions, improve citizen engagement, reduce costs, and improve efficiency by using Big Data and Analytics to effectively manage, access and understand information.
Qlarion’s dedicated Open Data Practice, based out of our Charlotte office, is committed to partnering with government agencies to innovate through open data. We work with cities, counties, and federal agencies to create transformative open data programs.
Qlarion’s smart city solutions integrate data across the city, break down silos, and help local leaders better serve the citizens that depend on them. Available in both cloud-based and on-premise deployment models, our analytics solution can be tailored to meet the needs of cities of all sizes.
Mass Health IT
Working on the Commonwealth’s Health Exchange/Integrated Eligibility System, Qlarion has led the requirements gathering and analysis of state and federal policies, processes, and operations during nine major Health IT software releases to identify new functionality for a dynamic Affordable Care Act/Medicaid eligibility, enrollment and financial management system. We implemented new mechanisms by which the system interfaces with the Federal Data Services Hub, Federal Verified Lawful Present Service, and Federal Renewals and Redetermination Validation Service.
City of Boston
The City of Boston is the 6th largest economy in US and 12th in the World. Several years ago, city leadership began to invest in upgrading their IT organization, modernizing their operations with a CRM, HCM, and automated financials. The leadership envisioned a data-driven organization that allowed city leaders to make insightful, data-centered business decisions.
CMS provides coverage for 63 million beneficiaries and processes $350 billion in claims each year. As a result, CMS possesses some of the richest sources of health-related data in the world. Since 2006, Qlarion has worked across multiple data and analytics projects at CMS to help them leverage this rich healthcare data and find new ways to lower costs while meeting ever-increasing targets for improved outcomes and greater access to care for the beneficiaries they serve.
Department of Energy
Qlarion delivers performance management analytics that will help agencies measure performance against business objectives. Qlarion integrated a number of disparate systems into a centralized, organized repository and streamlined processes, resulting in virtual real-time access to vital information, increased productivity and reduced costs. Because of our work, the DOE is able to more accurately and rapidly assess and clean up the Hanford Toxic Waste Site.
NIH’s Clinical Center is the nation’s largest hospital dedicated to clinical research. Qlarion supports, maintains, operates, and enhances the Clinical Center’s Executive Information System (EIS), which ensures NIH has the analytical capabilities to consistently improve the quality of care and reduce overall costs. We work closely with NIH to increase functionality, improve performance, and simplify the database platform, all while lowering their maintenance costs.