Actionable anesthesia data improves outcomes and your bottom line by enabling data-driven decisions.
Data in isolation is useless. Context is everything.
1. MACRA Compliance
Daily Chart Compliance
Individual Provider Comparisons
Facility Performance Averages
2. Anesthesia Quality
MACRA Compliance is not necessarily synonymous with quality. There are a limited number of measures that can be clearly defined, objectively measured, and occur in enough quantity as to make them effective for public policy. With Graphium Analytics™, you have access to a real Anesthesia Quality Improvement platform.
A robust anesthesia quality program captures and reports on dozens of outcomes. Divided into “major” and “minor” categories, outcome reports identifying individual providers will aid your credentialing needs.
OPPE/FPPE and TJC Support
Use your collected quality data to support ongoing credentialing services, such as OPPE and FPPE. Additionally, the same data may be used to generate Quarterly Joint Commission reports to maintain Facility certification.
3. Operational Insight
Staffing Requirements and Utilization
Staffing is expensive. Knowing how many OR’s you run every hour of every day allows you to make data-driven financial decisions. Knowing how well you’re using your current staff levels, allows you to measure the success of these decisions.
Goals, Variance, and Trends
Automated Daily Analytic Emails
Data Capture Options
With over 150 current integrations, we know how to get you covered. Our proprietary Graphium Interface Client™ keeps integrations secure, affordable, and super easy to install. We also have built custom inbound/outbound integrations for the major EHRs, including Epic, Cerner, Meditech, and Allscripts.
Here is a sample of the systems with which we’ve integrated.
Our team would like to help you stop worrying about technology so you can focus on your business.
Let’s us know a bit about you, and we’ll reach out. We look forward to meeting you!
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