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Discover greater operational productivity

Today's health care challenges are unprecedented. Unlocking the power in your data can help. But making investments in only technology is not enough.

About 40% of technology projects are abandoned and/or fail.1 Without world-class support, solution optimization is only a dream. Aligned with your goals, our Digital Health Solutions experts, along with our robust processes and informatics enablers, help you look at your enterprise in a whole new light, propelling you ahead of the ever-changing health care ecosystem.

Key elements

AlinIQ Expertise

Our Digital Health Solutions executives provide intelligent insights and collaboratively develop customized solutions that improve your laboratory performance.

AlinIQ Process

Since change is the one constant in the dynamic health care environment, we apply our robust process to continuously analyze and monitor your data to uncover actionable insights that can transform your laboratory's productivity.

AlinIQ Enablers

Based on the insights, we recommend the optimal solution from our suite of proprietary informatics enablers.

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Aliniq digital health solutions

AlinIQ, the suite of Digital Health Solutions from Abbott, helps you uncover intelligent insights from your laboratory data and discover greater operational productivity with existing resources.

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  1. Kaplan, Bonnie; Harris-Salamone, Kimberly. Health IT Success and Failure: Recommendations from Literature and an AMIA Workshop. Journal of the American Medical Informatics        Association 16(3):291-9. April 2009.