Drive better decisions with better data
Does this sound familiar? Your healthcare organization launches a new initiative to improve financial performance leveraging your own data, but even after rolling out this new initiative, you remain unsure whether your efforts achieve the desired results.
That’s because most organizations use outdated metrics, limited information for comparison, and data that isn’t normalized to their definitions, which limits effectiveness of so-called "data-driven improvement." To use data most effectively, you must go beyond benchmarking data to comparative analysis.
Download this e-book to understand the differences between traditional benchmarking and comparative analysis and review case studies that illustrate the value of this approach through the lens of real hospital challenges.