d2i Blog & Resource Center
News, trends, and resources for better data in health care
We continue the discussion of why getting the most out of analytics tools can be challenging for physician specialty groups, including the perceived high cost of investment.
Leveraging analytics to improve performance, safety, and outcomes is important. But getting the most out of your analytics tools can be challenging for physician specialty groups. Why?
Using both real-time and historical data, analytics tools can provide timely, accurate information for HCOs that are trying to optimize care delivery for both COVID-19 and other patients.
The health care industry needs better analytics to thrive as it seeks to reduce costs while improving care. Having the right data just a click away will be required to implement new care models and processes.
With ED volume declining, it’s never been more important to contain costs by balancing staff schedules dynamically with patient volumes.
An emergency department should set up reporting processes to monitor its telehealth program’s success, whether it’s data collected from the visit, patient or physician surveys, or by other means.
Efforts to identify the known unknowns of the coronavirus pandemic are the first step in predicting what future EM case mix and patient flow may look like.
Improving inpatient discharge planning and safely discharging ED patients who might have otherwise been boarded are just two strategies that have been successful in curbing ER boarding.
For analytics to deliver insight into the more complex challenges facing health care, data from multiple sources is needed. Not surprisingly, HCOs consider data aggregation among their top priorities.
Learn the four main reasons physician groups chose d2i’s data analytics solutions to help them improve performance.
See why no other health care analytics tool or EHR system comes close.