Managing Patient Access through Analytics and Dashboarding - Webinar

On Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at 1:00 PM (Eastern-NYC) you are invited to attend a free PDS webinar, “Managing Patient Access through Analytics and Dashboarding," presented by Scott Everitt, MBA – Vice President of Analytic Solutions.

Quality of Care, Patient Satisfaction and Operational Efficiency are all directly tied to how efficiently the scheduling process is implemented and managed. The use of Analytics and Focused Dashboards are critical to communicate effectively across the organization, to make certain everyone is aware of the stumbling blocks that impact Patient Access.

Join Scott Everitt as he discusses best practices in using Analytics and Dashboards for identification of critical patient lags, departmental access limitations, as well as effective strategies to manage and monitor patient access. Training on reporting tools isn't enough to ensure that people know how to effectively analyze the various KPIs that impact Patient Access. Learn how dashboards and management strategies need to be adjusted periodically based on the challenges your organization is facing. 

Optimizing patient access is really about managing change – changing the way your organization works with patients, providers and internal processes. This webinar will help managers understand how utilizing focused dashboards and analytics effectively will help to support the organizational strategies that provide the highest quality value at the lowest cost.

About the Speaker:

Scott Everitt has spent over 15 years in the healthcare industry, holding key leadership positions in Finance, Clinical Operations, Revenue Cycle Management, Patient Access and Physician Practice Management. Scott has achieved significant success in his role as PDS Vice President of Analytic Solutions by helping clients to improve operational and financial efficiencies.

To Register

Space is limited.  Reserve your webinar place HERE
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
1:00 – 2:00 PM (Eastern-NYC)

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