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What challenges stand in the way of analytics and BI maturity in health care, and how can HCO leaders achieve the level of maturity that will support business goals?
Advanced Analytics Can Help Optimize Staffing and Better Manage the Impact of Psychiatric Visits and Claim Denials Emergency departments (EDs) are a hospital's gateway to admissions and therefore a significant source of revenue, but they're facing challenges including...
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Physician burnout continues to be a dangerous problem in the U.S, but the right data analytics tools can and should help relieve stress.
Assessing both patient and population data, as well as evidence-based clinical trial data, can lead to better decisions for individual patients.
Advanced data analytics can spot adverse conditions and opportunities to optimize ED schedules, ultimately improving patient flow and reducing left without being seen while reducing costs.
Reliance on EHRs for data analytics contributes to physician burnout and decreased patient safety, but leveraging performance analytics tools with EHR and other data can drive performance improvement.
The significant, disruptive challenges to EDs were explored at this year’s conference, particularly changes in the insurance industry and alternative care settings.
HCOs must use advanced analytics if they expect to stay competitive and survive the financial pressures of a changing market.
A hybrid approach, human and machine learning, can augment decision-making to help guide diagnostics and treatment, and improve clinical operations.