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To reduce unnecessary radiation exposure, a client of ours wanted to investigate their sites’ CT utilization patterns. What the data told us was surprising.
Activated patients are less likely to return to the hospital after discharge, or to have a failed treatment plan. How can data be used to improve activation and engagement?
UnitedHealthcare’s proposed policy of denying payment for ED visits is shot down — for now.
SDOH factors influence a large portion of health outcomes. d2i can integrate SDOH data into health records to improve understanding.
Emergency departments and hospitals distinguish themselves by seeking accreditation and partnering with an analytics partner that provides customized quality solutions.
d2i can provide a data-driven approach to streamlining STEMI treatment, providing better outcomes and helping HCOs gain accreditation.
Emergency behavioral health crises have been rising since COVID-19. Data analysis can help HCOs identify best practices for reducing use of restraint.
Physician clinics are lagging behind hospitals when it comes to VBC. How can an advanced analytics tool can help clinics harvest the rewards of participation?
Learn how d2i is helping health care organizations get the most from their data.
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