Put Some Beer in Their Fridge!

radiology analytics provide value

If you are a hospital radiology manager or executive, you may view the radiology group you have contracted with as all take and no give, just like that annoying nephew who keeps drinking all your beer.  Sure, they do a fine job reading your exams, but you pay them handsomely for it, and they keep Read More

“Help me to help you” – Jerry McGuire

radiology analytics

After using this blog to explore the opportunities for radiology group and cardiology service line leaders to use real-time, self-service analytics to drive change, I would now like to look at how radiologists can use radiology analytics themselves to understand their own behaviors and performance. In this “run fast or get swallowed” world, radiologists must Read More

Improved Cardiology Profitability Is Within Reach

Improved cardiology profitability is within reach!

Private radiology groups and their leadership can reap significant benefits from using real-time, self-service analytics, as we examined in our last blog post. Those looking to improve the profitability, operational performance and clinical quality of other clinical specialties can also benefit from these tools. In this blog I would like to explore the opportunity to Read More

How Radiology Groups and Imaging Services Providers can Leverage Real-Time, Self-Service Analytics; The Leadership Perspective

In our last blog post, we discussed how targeted analytics can help your department become more efficient, yielding higher quality outcomes. It’s time to take a deeper dive into how radiology groups and imaging services providers can benefit from real-time, self-service analytics, starting with the leadership perspective. The challenges facing the leaders of these organizations Read More

Everyone Claims Analytics are Helpful; But How Can I Use Them?

Healthcare Analytics

In our last blog post we discussed the importance of using the right analytics tool for the job, and clarified the important roles of enterprise versus departmental analytics. Now that we understand they both play vital but separate roles in healthcare organizations, how will targeted analytics help my department become more efficient and yield higher Read More

Fishing From the Queen Mary

As Parag mentioned in our last blog post, monolithic enterprise analytics platforms are not designed  to empower departmental end users to quickly pose questions and get timely answers. Rather, the  process of identifying sufficiently detailed and actionable information is an iterative one, benefitting  from a short time span between receiving reports and gathering new information. Read More

The Role of Real-Time, Self-Service Analytics in Healthcare

Radiology Real Time Data Metrics

Enterprise analytic platforms play a valuable role because of their ability to collect big data that can be warehoused and mined across the healthcare organization. They are often used successfully to solve complex problems, such as: • Risk stratify capitated patient populations, • Provide insight into supply chain improvements, and • Ferret out revenue cycle Read More