ANALYTICS & REPORTING FOR HEALTHCARE

PDS delivers proven healthcare solutions that leverage best practice technologies for Visualization, Analytics, Data Warehousing, Dashboards, and Business Intelligence.

With over 20 years of experience, organizations are using PDS for focused revenue strategies, denial recovery, optimizing patient access, scoring patient risk, and automating physician compensation among other best practices.

2021 RVUs ~ Empowering Healthcare Users
with Self-Service Analytics

Calculating 2021 RVUs for analysis and comparative purposes is only part of today's healthcare analytics challenges. Effectively empowering those who need the information is now a vital and timely goal.

"Self-service analytics" means the right users have the right information at the right time; however, many organizations deal with roadblocks when trying to access data. A transparent analytics strategy can ensure users have the insight and training to retrieve and manage key critical metrics. This webinar will take you from guided analytics for casual data users to the more powerful OLAP functionality for key power users. See the crucial role web-based visualizations can play in your organization and explore the power of automated Excel dashboard generation.

Key Topics include:
  • Multiple Sets of RVUs for Effective Management in 2021
  • OLAP Technology for Quick Slice-and-Dice of Data
  • Role of Security in Guided Analytics
  • Reports with Prompts
  • Interactive Visualizations vs Excel Dashboards
Join us on May 26th, 2021, at 1PM Eastern (NYC) as we discuss how automation and standardization are essential to answer today's data analytics questions and tomorrow's unknowns. Presented by Michele Perry, VP of Service Delivery & Web Analytics and Russell J. Hendrickson, CEO at Practical Data Solutions.

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Physician Compensation

Physician Compensation

PDS Compensation Analytics and Dashboards are designed to communicate productivity, performance, and quality-based compensation plans and calculations specific to your organization’s compensation model. Leveraging proven methodologies with state-of-the-art automation software, care providers have access to simple, visual, easy-to-understand insights into their personal performance against the required metrics and KPIs that impact how they are compensated.

Revenue Cycle Analytics

Revenue Cycle Analytics

PDS Revenue Cycle analytics provide detailed insights via focused datasets, point-and-click functionality and drill-to-detail analysis to ensure profitability and balance in your organization. Our tools go beyond volumes and receivables to include RVU productivity, detailed reimbursement analysis, payment lag, days in A/R, denial recovery rates, and much more. Find out why so many organizations use PDS Revenue Cycle analytics to improve efficiency and optimize revenue.

DenialsRecovery Analysis

Denials
Recovery Analysis

DENIALS RECOVERY ANALYSIS If you can’t measure your collections after appealed denials, odds are your organization is losing significant revenue. PDS Denial recovery analysis allows you to focus your recovery efforts on the payers and procedures that will maximize your profitability, while helping you correct operational challenges that lead to significant financial loss.
White Paper:

WHITE PAPER:

A Four-Phased Approach to Long-Term Visualization Planning for Healthcare Data Analytics

In a time of unprecedented data collection flowing through an invisible, online superhighway, technological advancement is driving rapid software upgrades and the ability to process billions of bits of data in fractions of a second. Folders and paper charts in medical exam rooms have long been replaced by laptops and tablets running state-of-the-art software that records your every sneeze. Now what?...

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April's Webinar:

January's Webinar:

Making RVUs Meaningful in 2021

Pulling standardized reports out of an application can result in metrics that are not measuring what an organization needs to manage successfully. Today, one set of Work RVUs and Total RVUs is not enough given today's CMS modifications. Leading-edge tools, enhanced data models, and a new way of thinking are now needed to manage productivity, payer contracts, and physician compensation effectively.

In addition to RVUs, other uniquely defined metrics – such as visits, cases, encounters, and denials – bring challenges to reporting. Practices that use multiple billing systems exponentially increase the variation between those metrics.

In this webinar, we focus on how to model your data to organizational and industry standards so that you can quickly understand what's changing, what's working, and what needs improvement.

Medicare 2021 Impact:
Ensuring Revenue Cycle Integrity

The lessons of 2020 still linger. The pandemic and variable patient volumes have led to financial uncertainty in many practices. As healthcare organizations move into 2021, providers now must navigate the new RVU valuations and reimbursement decreases from CMS as part of their 2021 Physician Fee Schedule. Ensuring the utmost revenue integrity is critical at this time.

This webinar explores revenue integrity strategies around the new E/M Coding rules, A/R Management, and Denials Prevention and Recovery to maximize a practice's bottom-line cash-flow.

 

 

Upcoming Webinar


2021 RVUs ~
Empowering Healthcare Users
with Self-Service Analytics


Calculating 2021 RVUs for analysis and comparative purposes is only part of today's healthcare analytics challenges. "Self-service analytics" means the right users have the right information at the right time; however, many organizations deal with roadblocks when trying to access data. This webinar will take you from guided analytics for casual data users to the more powerful OLAP functionality for key power users. See the crucial role web-based visualizations can play in your organization and explore the power of automated Excel dashboard generation.

May 26th, 2021 at 1pm Eastern (New York)

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Webinar Spotlight


Every Dollar Counts –
Maximizing Denial Recovery


Healthcare practices are being challenged now more than ever. New patient protocols due to the pandemic, significant regulatory changes with CMS, and the 2021 modified Medicare reimbursement schedule are just a few of today’s issues executives are tackling.

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Our Latest Article


What Do the Changes to the Medicare 2021 Physician Fee Schedule Mean for Your Practice?

The 2021 changes to the Physician Fee Schedule are significant. Learn how data modeling can help your organization prepare...

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