Who is Q-Bis?

We are a team specialized in consulting, development and implementation of Business Intelligence Solutions through the eyes of our customers. By that we mean to help our clients integrate sales and marketing solutions for achieving a sustained competitive advantage. At Q-Bis Consult we anticipate the impact of industry challenges and keeps our clients ahead of the curve, by offering user friendly, efficient and knowledge-intensive solutions and services. We don't want you to take our word for it - try our products and see for yourself! Read more about us.

Feature Spotlight: Integrated CML

What is a CML and why do we think it's the feature which will change the industry forever? Find out by clicking here!

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CRM ETMS Buying Guide

We know it might seem confusing when you are facing a decision on buying a CRM system. Download our buying guide and see what you have to compare to what, so that the you will make the right choice!


Patient Registry Files

If you are wondering what the Patient Registry Files are, we are proud to say they represent the way in which we have changed the direction taken by medical prescriptions for patients all around Romania.

By using the Patient Registry Files, physicians have the possibility of extracting reports based on the data gathered from patients having the same illness. Thus, based on these reports, treatments can be changed and new conclusions can be drawn regarding the evolution of various diseases.

The product has been developed in collaboration with the National Neonatology and Neuropsychiatric Associations in Romania and the Registry Files can be adapted to any kind of disease or health problem. So far we have adapted the Files for the following:

  • Glaucoma
  • Cardiology
  • Hepatitis

The Patient Registry Files are a very important element in isolating and tracking down the evolution of various diseases or health problems and if you are interested to know more, you can contact us or take a look over the examples and studies attached in the download section.