In this technology-obsessed age, it has never been more important for hospital administrators, service line leaders, and care providers to stay up to date on what’s happening in the industry.
With more than 25 years in the cardiovascular registry business, we like to think we’ve learned a thing or two about data—and how analytics tools can make you more successful. Learn from our subject matter experts about best practices for using data you’re already collecting to improve outcomes and reduce costs.
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9 Ways to Boost Cardiovascular Service Line Margins and Quality
Learn how real-time clinical performance feedback at the point of care can reduce avoidable costs due to care variation from best practice—dramatically improving cardiovascular service line margins, increasing quality, and boosting patient and physician satisfaction.
Transforming Electrophysiology with Advanced Analytics: 7 Best Practices
Data analytics give you the tools you need to identify care variation and avoidable costs—so you can eliminate them—while driving clinical, operational, and financial excellence in your EP department.
Boost Quality and Reduce Costs in Cardiothoracic Surgery with Embedded Analytics: 5 Best Practices
If you can attack care variation from best practice, you will reduce complications, increase patient and physician satisfaction, and drive higher cardiothoracic surgery contribution margins.
Boost Quality and Reduce Costs in the Cardiac Cath Lab with Embedded Performance Analytics: 7 Best Practices
Practical, real-world examples of how you can attack care variation from best practice to reduce complications, increase physician and patient satisfaction, and add $1 million annually to cath lab operating margins.
5 Best Practices for Transforming Pediatric Cardiology with Analytics
Learn how to identify and subsequently eliminate avoidable costs to make sure your pediatric cardiology service line is profitable—all while improving quality of care.