You can't go wrong when you choose the industry-standard Windows software application used by hundreds of health plans, consultants and government agencies to measure health care network adequacy.
Whether you're running traditional access analysis reports or performing disruption analyses or a network adequacy analysis in preparation for a Medicare Service Area Expansion or compliance review, the Desktop Edition is the perfect solution.
The Desktop Edition is the right choice when:
The Desktop Edition of the Quest Analytics Suite will run on any computer supporting Windows 7 SP1 or newer. The key requirement is that the operating system must support Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6. Given the data-intensive operations performed by the Quest Analytics Suite, a computer configured as recommended below will provide a better user experience.
|Processor||Core i5 or newer|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Professional|
|Browser||Internet Explorer 10 or newer|
|Free Disk Space||205GB (5GB minimum)|
|RAM||8 GB (4GB minimum)|
The Quest Analytics Suite uses industry-standard install technology from InstallShield and fully supports uninstall. In addition, the install program will detect the following required system components and install them if necessary:
|All Versions||Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6|
|Version 2013.1 and Older||
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)
Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) 2.8 SP1
The Quest Analytics Suite can print to any device supported by Windows. However, it is strongly recommended that users have access to an Adobe Acrobat printer driver to create PDF files for onscreen viewing and electronic exchange. The following software is recommended:
|PDF Support||Adobe Acrobat X - Standard Edition|
The Desktop Edition is best suited for clients who prefer hands-on processes, who may have limited IT support and who can dedicate FTE's to be trained to use the Quest Analytics Suite.
Examples: Health Plans, Dental, Vision, Pharmacy, Behavioral Health, TPAs, PPOs, ...
Our clients want a standard method, such as the Quest Analytics Suite, to review the financial impact of network quality.