Leading Indicators

Betbeze, Philip
July 2012
HealthLeaders Magazine;Jul2012, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p28
The article discusses various means utilized by health care facilities to improve data management. The Rush University Medical Center and its network of providers created data interfaces that are valuable to the patient population. They also use the Epic software for documentation, scheduling and billing. The providers also established a surveillance application for physicians.


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