Three Time-Saving, Efficiency-Boosting Ways to Utilize Data-Driven Alerts

The comprehensive premise of Cross Current analytics ensures practices like yours have quick, easy, user-friendly access to high-level data.

Therefore, it only makes sense that Cross Current users are granted customized data-driven alerts. From Surgical Yield Conversion Rates and Exam Room Utilization to AR + Billing and Revenue Analysis and more, not only are you able to evaluate benchmarks and drill down to vital root causes; you can also manage your data through critical alerts. Learn how data-driven alerts can provide your practice with a competitive edge while refining and improving your operations.

Maximize Time and Efficiency with Data-Driven Alerts

Data-Driven-AlertsWith the integration of Tableau, Cross Current software extracts data from multiple access points. Metrics derived from these applications and databases reveal valuable insights in a number of areas: the operational and business management integrity of your AR management, quality reporting, registration and scheduling, EHR, HR/Payroll, financial/accounting, patient satisfaction and patient-reported outcomes, practice management billing, and surgical management. Cross Current allows users to maximize these metric insights further with data-driven alerts.

Administrators certainly have many responsibilities to tend to other than continuously monitoring analytic dashboards. Cross Current data-driven alerts eliminate the need for monitoring altogether.

Data-driven alerts are set up as emails signaling a dashboard administrator of critical information. These email alerts can be singular (sent to one software operator) or created to send to multiple recipients. Examples of data-driven alerts include:

  1. Visit Volume Alert
    Practices will set up an alert in Visit Volume to flag when a provider’s visit volume falls below a specific benchmark.
  2. Room Capacity Alert
    Users can set an alert in Exam Room Utilization to observe a threshold for 30 days, pinging any continuous changes and shortages in patient volume.
  3. Scheduling Optimization
    Alerts can be created in Labor Productivity and Management to indicate where providers are falling short or overbooking to enable executives to optimize scheduling for both providers and front desk office staff.

Customizability and Flexibility

Cross Current data-driven alerts save time, increase productivity, and boost overall practice efficiency. By alerting the appropriate staff member(s) in real time, you will avoid having to monitor multiple dashboards at once. And, data-driven alerts are flexible; they can be edited and altered at any time.

If you’re ready to take your analytic data to the next level by saving time and eliminating overhead expenses, Cross Current can help. Click here to get started or call us at 267-454-2715 to speak with one of our Cross Current experts.

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