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Dedicated to data and the benefits within healthcare
Data in healthcare has been shown to significantly improve patient safety. But what can you learn from it, what are the best practices, and how can your organisation foster a culture of lifelong learning? At Radar Healthcare, we make sure that our software isn’t just there to help with the day-to-day; it’s also there to help you shape the future of healthcare.
Our 5-step process will help you to understand what is required to get the most out of the data you have, just like care provider Four Seasons Health Care Group has. Using the modules in Radar Healthcare, Four Seasons implemented data strategies by replacing multiple systems with one which has enabled the collection of higher-quality data in a more effective manner. If you think you should be doing more with your data, contact us today.Book a consultation
How to define your KPIs and why
Key performance indicators (KPIs) in healthcare exist to ensure the organisation is achieving its goals and to keep patients and residents safe. Having confidence in your data, knowing what you want to achieve, and taking the necessary steps to do this can all help you make real progress. And when it comes to your data, KPIs are just one more thing to think about.
Read our latest blog to learn more about defining the right KPIs and how Radar Healthcare can help you implement them.
How to gather data efficiently
What data collection processes can you standardise and automate? Sometimes the solution is as simple as going back to basics and considering how you’re obtaining data and where your time is being spent. Radar Healthcare’s software does more than just digitise your processes; it also works with you to implement best practices in order to save both time and money.
If you want to learn more about best practice when it comes to data collection, click here.
How to analyse your data effectively
Data alone cannot improve safety or quality; it’s what you do with it that adds true value. For that, we rely on humans and processes to accurately input data so it can be analysed. However, this can leave room for human error. By standardising your processes, you can have confidence that the data trends you’re seeing are accurate and more importantly, based on what is actually happening in your organisation.
How to interpret and learn from your data
Piecing together lots of data to find trends can be difficult, and with so many systems and options available, where do you begin? Radar Healthcare allows your organisation to choose which data they want to see at multiple levels, including trends and heat maps, so there’s always complete oversight on what’s going right – or wrong – whenever you need it.
Check back in for our upcoming blog series to learn more about data interpretation…
How to report on your data
We understand that the quicker you can report data, the more time you’ll save. Knowing your audience and connecting it to your KPIs is a great place to start when determining what you need to show – whether to regulators, governing bodies or management teams. The ability to share learnings, understand the context behind it and identify trends is where the true value lies.
More on data reporting in our upcoming blog series…