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Your Health System Name
Number of Outpatient Visits (Annually)
Number of Credentialed Physicians In Your Health Network

First Year ROI

Second Year ROI

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Productivity Inefficiencies - In most departments (radiology, lab, cardiology, admissions, scheduling, referral hotline, help desk, medical staff office, nursing, and others) across a hospital, at least 1 FTE manages healthcare provider data in local IT systems. In addition each system manages the data slightly differently - two addresses versus one, no way to add custom fields (EMR IDs, others), etc. In order to get their job done, users may perform workarounds with the data that renders it unusable in other systems.
The Annual Cost of Data Inefficiency for your Health System is
Cost of Capital on Delayed Billing - Inpatient admissions and outpatient visits are frequently entered with inaccurate provider data. This is due to inaccurate information being entered manually, naming conventions, poor search tools in the EMR and most importantly some patients' primary care provider not having a profile in the EMR. Admissions, registration and ancillary departments create new profiles on the fly that may contain erroneous data, thus slowing the billing cycle. This ROI estimates that up to 10% of providers have inaccurate data, and conservatively the health system's annual cost of capital is 1%.
The Annual Cost of Capital for your Health System on Delayed Billing is: