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Healthcare BI Helps Physicians Improve Patient Care

September 22, 2011 No Comments

Yesterday’s post discussed how the integration of business intelligence and healthcare-related smartphone apps is helping physicians save lives. Healthcare BI can also help providers when it comes to determining the ideal size of a patient panel – establishing which patients are assigned to which doctors in a practice, according to this article.

Healthcare provider organizations, whose physicians draw salaries want larger panels to ensure they get the most bang for the dollars they pay their physicians. In that scenario, doctors would opt for a smaller panel. However, a physician who owns a practices wants a larger panel in order to bring in more money.

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