Standardize Patient Data
Cut through the clutter and get to the information that matters most.
Are you challenged by critical patient information stuck in disparate formats and systems? You’re not alone. In order to get all your data on the same page – literally and figuratively – you need a flexible and scalable solution that transforms paper, fax, digital media, and siloed data into standardized and highly accurate lectronic medical records (EMR). Ensure your staff has the information they need when it matters most, without the headache of combing through multiple formats and fields.
How We Can Help
Error-free and Consistent Patient Data
In the ever-changing world of healthcare, health information can provide valuable insights that help providers make more strategic decisions, but only if the data is error-free, consistent, and in a format that makes sense. DataBank’s solutions create sound processes that safeguard your organization from large data intake errors and ensure the highest level of accuracy and quality from being captured.
Strict Quality Assurance Measures
Standardized processes and a strict quality assurance program increase speed and improve the accuracy of the information given to clinicians to increase the level of care and improve back-office operations. DataBank’s strict QA program will immediately spot inconsistencies and ensure that all documentation and PHI fit a templated format and match within the patient’s record.
Less Time Searching for Information
Healthcare organizations with top-tier processes often leverage outsourced providers to manage their data intake and help automate certain tasks. Eliminate the need to manage various data sources, lowering the time staff and clinicians spend searching for medical records and other documentation. We convert the data files for you so the data is available within your EMR or ECM system when needed.
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