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Launching an ED Telemedicine Program

Launching an ED Telemedicine Program

COVID-19 has pushed telemedicine to the forefront. Will the trend be long-lasting? How can emergency departments secure the technology's success? Telemedicine connects patients to vital health care services remotely, through videoconferencing, monitoring, and other...

Data in a Time of Uncertainty

Data in a Time of Uncertainty

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.

Solutions for Curbing ED Boarding

Solutions for Curbing ED Boarding

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.

Improve Health Care Outcomes With Data Aggregation

Improve Health Care Outcomes With Data Aggregation

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.

The Reality of Health Care Reporting Capabilities

The Reality of Health Care Reporting Capabilities

A health care system that lacks advanced performance analytics may place both their clinical department stakeholders and patients at risk, because they will be unable to balance clinical quality, with goals related to efficiency and financial performance.

See why no other health care analytics tool or EHR system comes close.

What d2i does better than any other solution that I've seen is that it helps us identify the causal factors that explain why the performance issue is happening. When I share the analytics and data we get from d2i with others in the hospital, they are envious of what we have in the ED.

Peter Viccellio, MD Vice Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Associate Chief Medical Officer Stony Brook University Hospital October 19, 2017