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Standardizing best practices and ensuring compliance to treatment and prevention protocols can help minimize risk of maternal injury and death in the U.S.
EHRs are transactional databases and while the data in these databases is gold, EHRs are not analytics solutions. HCOs need analytics tools that can integrate, curate, and homogenize data from multiple sources to support specific areas of performance optimization.
In health care, the most impactful analysis sometimes comes from applications that use “small data” rather than big data.
HCOs can lower costs and improve care with comprehensive utilization management — including proactive denial management — aided by data analytics.
d2i analytics tools can identify how telepsychiatry can reduce ED crowding, increase profitability, and improve patient satisfaction.
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When EDs take on a process improvement project, the right data analytics software can help create a big data strategy with immediate payoff.
With baby boomers retiring, using data analytics can help streamline hospital processes and improve patient outcomes in the health care industry.
Even with tightened budgets there are clear benefits when HCOs implement more robust analytics solutions. Here’s why the C-suite should take notice.
Recent HCO initiatives demonstrate the value of standardizing patient care and monitoring adherence to protocols. By using data analytics tools, providers can see immediate results in the effectiveness of patient treatment.
Long wait times in any health care practice can be costly, both in terms of malpractice lawsuit liability and patient health. A robust analytics tool can help streamline operations.