Healthcare Data Capture Services
Simplified patient data and better process - without all the heartburn.
Your patients are the reason why you do what you do. But when it comes to navigating the complex world of patient data, where do you start? With over 40 years of working with healthcare systems across the country, DataBank’s programs and methodologies prepare you to provide the best possible service to those placed in your care. Streamline workflows, create centralized access to medical records, enhance analytics and reporting, and more with healthcare data capture services built to meet the challenges of modern healthcare systems.
Healthcare Data Migration Use Cases
Standardize Patient Data
Make certain all patient data is secure, consistent, and available in your EMR when your staff and clinicians need it.
Centralize Access to Clinical Data
With centralized access to your clinical data, your data is classified and secured in one accessible location.
Migrate Legacy Systems
Modernize your patient information and documentation and move it from multiple systems to one consolidated and accessible platform.
Streamline Ancillary Workflows
Automate your back-office processes and streamline your revenue cycle to effectively manage your ancillary departments.
Clinical Documentation Improvement
With CDI automation, your organization can streamline processes and remotely capture and index patient information.
Enhance Clinical Analytics & Reporting
Use advanced reporting and analytics to reduce costs and overhead and see trends in the levels of care across the entire health system.
Advance Clinical Decisions & Outcomes
Streamline your clinical workflows so critical care information is available to staff, ensuring your patients get the best possible care.
Contract Management & Digital Signatures
Automate the processes to manage consent forms, admissions paperwork, and other documents that require signatures.
Accelerate Patient Registration & Flow
With faster registration times, patients can be admitted more quickly and receive faster care from clinicians.
Healthcare Data Capture by the Numbers
3 Strategies to Reduce Your Hospital Readmissions Penalties
How can your hospital reduce these costly penalties, by reducing CMS patient readmissions overall?
Information Blocking Regulations: 5 Major Takeaways for Healthcare Organizations
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) published the final Information Blocking Rule. Here are 5 major takeaways.
Utilizing Top Healthcare IT in Outpatient Facilities to Reduce Costs and Streamline Care Coordination
High insurance premiums, tall deductibles, co-pays, and other out-of-pocket expenses are just some overheads patients have to face for adequate health and wellness in this country.
How to Ease the Pain and Overcome Healthcare Data Management Inefficiency
Health information is constantly changing throughout a patient’s life, so the method of how it is collected, stored, and transferred is critical.
6 Questions to Ask About Distributed Capture
Frequently asked questions about distributed capture.
Utilizing Lean Six Sigma to Streamline Your Health System’s Operational Processes
Utilize Lean Six Sigma to streamline patient documents and records.
Mergers & Acquisitions: How Your Health System Can Enable Interoperability Throughout the Entire Network
As healthcare systems continue to consolidate, the opportunity to improve the quality of care by streamlining healthcare data is exponential.
5 Benefits Of Document Scanning In The Pharma World
Pharma companies are now requiring that documents be scanned, digitized, and managed online. Document scanning keeps data safer and more organized.
The New Patient Experience: (Re)Engineered by COVID
Healthcare providers have had to implement new, adaptable approaches and solutions to see patients and treat them from afar
Purging The Paper – How Your Health System Can Reach HIMSS Stage 7
Ebonye White, Client Engagement Manager, talks about her past experiences in helping health systems tackle HIMSS Stage 7 requirement: no more paper in patient charts.