Top 7 Analytics Shortcomings & How to Avoid

Posted by Cross Current on October 6, 2017

Before beginning any analytics project it is advisable to consider these 7 common analytics avoidable shortcomings*.  Percent represents % of respondents.

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8 Levels of Analytics

Posted by Cross Current on July 24, 2017

Over the last 3 or 4 years, the healthcare market has shifted focus to Population Management and with that the analytics necessary to evaluate quality measures and outcomes. This type of data has been critical for patient care, yet falls short when it comes to operations and business management.

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Topics: analytics implementation, analytics adoption

What is your number? How visit volume predicts success

Posted by Cross Current on June 13, 2017

I think we can all agree, every healthcare executive wants to grow their practice. To become successful and actualize marked growth, executives need two key factors: data and volume.

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Topics: business intelligence

Monitoring Surgical Conversion Rates for Better Surgical Efficiency

Posted by Cross Current on June 13, 2017

More and more orthopaedic practices are using non-operative musculoskeletal physicians to provide an enhanced level of care and attention to patients with sports and spine injuries.  Patients find the initial contact with a non-operative physician to discuss non-operative treatments a natural first step in the care process.  

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Topics: business intelligence, surgical conversion rates

Aggregating Data to Enhance Decision Making

Posted by Cross Current on June 13, 2017

One of the most compelling reasons for implementing business intelligence is to support decision making with data aggregated from multiple sources.  Advances in cloud computing and technical capabilities means it is more affordable than ever to provide operational insights not offered by legacy solutions.     

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Topics: business intelligence