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Standards for Patient Restraint in the ED

The latest research and recommendations for ED processes can help streamline best practices, and reduce negative outcomes and liability risk. In recent years, emergency departments (EDs) have seen a dramatic increase in behavioral emergencies. New research may help ED...

Are You Considering Switching EHR Vendors?

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.

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


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