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News, trends, and resources for better data in health care
Physicians are feeling burnt out, and EHRs are often mentioned as a culprit. d2i can make sure EHRs deliver important, actionable information.
New ED policy changes from insurer UnitedHealth, designed to curb upcoding and ED claims costs, could hurt hospital revenues and put patients at risk.
Hospital coding errors are unfortunately common. Finding and correcting these problems is vital when it comes to analyzing data. d2i can help.
HCOs can leverage data to address the opioid epidemic — for example, by monitoring prescribing patterns and applying risk stratification strategies.
Insurance companies like Anthem should be using all the patient data they have to help curb ER visits by finding the right treatment options for their members, instead of using emergency departments.
Urgent care centers and freestanding emergency rooms are booming — is this a blessing or a curse for hospital emergency departments?
d2i’s focus group meeting at ACEP17 identified top-of-mind issues in EM and discussed how data and analytics can be leveraged to make a difference.
Implementing improved management systems and using data collection and analytics tools to inform decision-making can help HCOs streamline their EDs.
EHRs aren’t designed to be analytic tools. From slow adoption to the lack of accepted performance metrics, here are reasons why they’re falling short.
EM should serve as a bridge rather than an island. In order to leverage an ED’s potential to support a VBC transition strategy, performance must be optimized. Here are five reasons why.