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Importance of Business Intelligence Reporting in Lab Outreach

        If you’re able to capture both the clinical and financial
        information, then the next challenge is how to merge and
        present the information in a logical format.  Two methods
        that seem to be used frequently are table views (if you are
        using the same database such as Oracle) and building
        a data warehouse, which is used when you’re using different
        databases or looking at optimizing the processing time.

        Once you have the reports, they need to be dynamic where
        you can drill down into the details in real time.  When you’re
        analyzing the data, the benefit of drilling down into “what if”
        scenarios is a compelling reason to use this approach.
        Using traditional static reports has its place if you’re looking
        at freezing the data-points to trend over a given timeframe.  RCM productivity

        Information in the form of reports is powerful when
        organized in a logical fashion that makes sense.

        If you group critical reports by a theme, you can create
        multiple reports dashboards that will enable you to monitor
        key processes.  This keeps your hands on the pulse of your
        business from the processes you are measuring.

        The key is Business Intelligence Reporting.
        If it’s not measured, it’s not managed.

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