Why Analyze Data?
This is the era of accountability. The pressures of managed care, JCAHO reviews, continuous quality
improvement, cost containment, and regionalization of care are
unending. Today, more than ever, the collection, analysis, and
discerning interpretation of data on patient acuity, care, and outcomes
are essential for physicians, hospitals, drug and device companies,
and entire specialties to survive and flourish. A well-designed data
system can ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, serve
business interests, help use resources more efficiently, spot
emerging trends, and, most importantly, improve patient outcomes.
Achieve Measurable Results
Defending a course of action, containing costs, or passing a JCAHO
review requires more than "gut feelings." It demands solid data and
information that can support and justify a decision, pinpoint the area
where cost savings can be made, and help lead the way to more
The design and management of a medical database requires
expertise in many specialized areas. Attempts with in-house
personnel, whose experience is often in other areas, frequently
results in delays, ineffective systems, and a low return on
investment with no national benchmarking or comparisons.
Tri-Analytics, Inc., however, is a single solution source that can help
design, manage, interpret, and distribute the data and information
critical to success and survival in today's medical environment.
Tri-Analytics, Inc. are leaders in medical database management and research.