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Physicians gain visibility, control over data with Sage Practice Analytics
Physicians in ambulatory practice and their administrative leaders can have unsurpassed visibility into their business and clinical data with the Sage Practice Analytics v 5.5 business and clinical intelligence system, released today by Sage. Sage Software Healthcare, LLC, provides integrated electronic health records, EDI applications and practice management systems to thousands of ambulatory care practices throughout North America.
William Henderson, Practice Administrator at Upstate Neurology Consultants, LLP, in Albany, New York, said the graphical representation provided by Sage Practice Analytics dashboards helps him quickly convey to his physicians the impact of data. “I regularly use Sage Practice Analytics at physician meetings to supplement the normal business reports my providers need,” Henderson said.
“The dashboard view in Sage Practice Analytics has helped us view changes over time in our hospital work, or increases—and declines—in specific procedures. Providers can see statistics, both graphically and ‘by the numbers,’ that reflect just their work as well as the practice as a whole. Parameters for the dashboards can be easily changed while viewing the graphical representation of the data, so physicians can ask questions such as, ‘how timely is Blue Cross paying us this year? Is Dr. Smith referring more patients to our practice this year? How many procedures are we doing compared to last year...and how does that compare to years prior?’ and get immediate answers.”
From a clinical perspective, physicians use Sage Practice Analytics to examine key pieces of clinical information instantly and at a glance. For example, an endocrinologist who wants to understand the impact a new certified diabetes educator is having on the practice’s population of patients with diabetes can instantly examine population A1C results over time. This allows the physician to compare these important test results before and after the addition of the educator to the practice.
“The vast amounts of data produced by an electronic health records system can be overwhelming,” said Lindy Benton, Chief Operating Officer, Sage Software Healthcare, LLC. “Sage Practice Analytics makes drill-down analysis a breeze. The visual representation of data available in our dashboards enables physicians and other practice professionals to analyze key performance and outcomes indicators and make well informed decisions for the benefit of their practices and their patients.”
Sage Practice Analytics version 5.5 can be seen at MGMA Booth #1517.
About Sage Software Healthcare, LLC For nearly 30 years, physicians have trusted Sage to deliver solutions that enable them to optimize their patients' experience while enhancing their bottom line. Sage Software Healthcare, LLC, provides integrated electronic health records, EDI applications and practice management systems to thousands of ambulatory care practices throughout North America. These systems enable physicians and practice managers to better manage their practices and improve profitability. Sage Software Healthcare, LLC is based in Tampa, Fla., and is a division of Sage North America. For more information, please visit www.sagehealth.com or call (877) 932-6301.
About Sage North America
Sage North America is part of The Sage Group plc, a leading global supplier of business management software and services. Sage North America employs more than 4,100 people and supports nearly 2.9 million small and medium-size business customers. The Sage Group plc, formed in 1981, was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1989 and now employs 14,500 people and supports 5.8 million customers worldwide. For more information, please visit the Web site at www.sagenorthamerica.com.
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