Statit Performance Indicator & Management Dashboard (piMD) upgraded to Version 3.0

June 09, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Corvallis, OR, June 2007 – Statit™ Software, Inc. today announced the release of Statit piMD™ 3.0, the latest version of its leading web solution for performance improvement initiatives for healthcare.

Hundreds of healthcare organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada use Statit solutions to access, analyze, correct and interpret quality data.

Statit piMD 3.0 contains more than 30 enhancements including:

*My Indicators – Allows users to identify which indicators are currently the most relevant to them and to display those indicators in dashboards, scorecards or a “trend matrix” (comparative information).

*Subscriptions – Users can choose if/how they want to be notified when user-specific rules are violated (SPC alarms, targets not met, etc.) or if the Process Expert adds/changes anything associated with the indicator (new comment/action plans, identifies process phases, etc.). This just-in-time delivery of critical information closes the improvement loop and allows processes to get better, quicker.

*Process Phases – Process Experts can initiate a new process phase after a corrective action intervention to determine if the process is demonstrating the desired result. Statistical significance testing helps the user understand if the change really had an effect.

*Indicator Publishing – Allows users to publish multiple indicators to MS Word or other file types. Templates can be easily defined to control the layout and content of the generated output.

*New Comparison Techniques – Additional comparison techniques are now available to help identify which facility, unit, physician is “really” different from the rest.

Suzy Beeler, Director of Clinical Outcomes Measurement, Seton Family of Hospitals, Austin, TX, says, “The new My Indicators capability has given users the ability to create customized home pages and allowed them to focus on the performance indicators that affect their work most closely, which has helped them to more quickly identify successes and correct problems. The addition of Process Phase analysis has made it much easier to identify and share relevant outcomes with physicians and other staff members. Being able to separate multiple process phases of data has enhanced our ability to demonstrate the effectiveness of clinical interventions and process improvement efforts.”

Statit piMD is widely known for its robust yet simple data access, analysis and interpretation of quality data. The solution enhances the capability and capacity of leading healthcare organizations to conduct QI and PI projects and gain actionable knowledge for informed decision-making from them faster and without additional resource expenditure.

“This major release of Statit piMD takes continuous Process Improvement to a whole new level within an organization,” says Dan Schober, Statit Software’s VP of Engineering. “It automatically keeps stakeholders informed about their processes/indicators and allows the stakeholders to easily configure which indicators they monitor now and in the future. It also makes effective use of accountability and transparency to accelerate changes in key processes.”

Statit piMD is available for your unhosted demonstration needs by going to Hosted demonstrations are available by calling Statit Software at (800) 478-2892 or sending an email to

About Statit Software

Statit Software, Inc. is based in Corvallis, OR. Statit is a leading developer of process optimization software technologies. Statit provides tools that assist users in understanding and managing processes and their outcomes for optimal quality, consumer satisfaction, and cost containment. Users can access, track, analyze, compare and contrast clinical, operational, financial, and quality key performance indicators—for a single facility or a multi-facility enterprise—all at the desktop and all instantaneous at the click of a button. Statit Software provides enterprise solutions through its web-based applications for total and continuous quality improvement.