Nov. 16, 2017 – There are a myriad of digital health data applications that enable you to make operational, clinical and financial decisions. Streamlining data into a simple, digestible format is a challenge.
Analytics and Business Intelligence tools take data that is extracted from a variety of applications to create visualizations and actionable insights - how you want to see it - and provides visibility and insights into existing data to help improve performance, meet compliance requirements, set goals and monitor progress.
Any data that exists can be extracted, cleansed and consolidated to a format customized to enable informed decision-making. That decision-making is critical in driving compliance (RoP, PBJ), quality (QAPI, star ratings), profitability and overall business performance.
The data can be used for internal analysis and responses, or leveraged for outward-facing purposes like marketing, referral partners, network relations or anything imaginable.
Having insight into the complete patient record and the ability to analyze the data is a groundbreaking opportunity to rapidly identify opportunities to improve future performance and evaluate the success of current initiatives.