The claim is that an EHR can do it all; the truth is, it can’t. Electronic health records (EHR) do many things to support healthcare, but there are some things they were not built to do that need specialized focus and attention. EHRs weren’t designed to be healthcare analytics engines.
EHRs do a good job at recording patient progress through the healthcare continuum. They are far less adept at helping healthcare organizations improve clinical, financial and operational decisions and outcomes.
Organizations focused on increasing revenue and productivity while lowering costs recognize that forsaking true analytics for a cobbled-together, EHR-based analytics solution doesn’t cut it. If your organization suffers at the hands of a less-than-helpful EHR, it’s time to invest in end-to-end analytics.
Learn how and why to make the transition to true analytics in this article by MedeAnalytics Director of Product Consulting Christine Smith Stetler, RN.
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