We’ve spent the last two months re-working the architecture behind DataRiver Dashboards and adding new features to make them easier to use. Today, we’re excited to announce that all that work is now available for you to enjoy.
We wanted to make it easier for you to create dashboard views. To achieve this, we needed to add the right metrics. We talked both internally and with users and came up with an initial metric list, which includes:
- New Visits Ratio
- Office New Visits as percent of Total Office
- Total Hospital Visits as percent of Total Office Visits
- Visit TRVU per Visit
- Visits Hospital Admits
- Visits Hospital Consults
- Visits Hospital Follow Up
- Visits Hospital Other
- Visits Hospital Total
- Visits New
- Visits Office Consults
- Visits Office Established
- Visits Office New
- Visits Office Total
- Visits Other Total
- Visits Total
- Other Expense and Malpractice RVU
- Other Total RVU
- Other Total RVU per Other Code
- Other Work RVU
- Other WRVU per Other Code
- Procedure Expense and Malpractice RVU
- Procedure Total RVU
- Procedure Work RVU
- Total Expense and Malpractice RVU
- Total Total RVU
- Total Work RVU
- TRVU per Visit
- Visit Expense and Malpractice RVU
- Visit Total RVU
- Visit Work RVU
- Visit WRVU per Total Visit
- Non EM Codes
- Other Codes
- Procedure Code WRVU per Procedure
- Procedure Codes
- Procedure Codes Medicine
- Procedure Codes PathLab
- Procedure Codes per Total Visit
- Procedure Codes Percent of Non EM codes
- Procedure Codes Radiology
- Procedure Codes Surgery
- Procedure TRVU per Procedure
- Charges per Unit
- Gross Collection Ratio
- Payments per TRVU
- Payments per WRVU
We’ve also been able to add dashboard views for income statements, scheduling, and more. Each of these metrics can be combined with each other to offer a truly custom dashboarding experience.
We’ve added some great new features to Dashboards that give you more flexibility when interacting with your data.
We’ve set the default for each metric to a new condensed view which gives you the currently selected month total of the metric next to the fiscal period trend line. Below, we’ve gathered the year-to-date total and compared it with the prior year-to-date total.
The full metric view can be quickly toggled to see the actual totals and more compared to benchmark or budget. This view also includes the trend for the actual, prior, and comparative data points.
Seeing totals is great, but being able to drill into those totals and break them out by your custom filters is even better. You can break out each metric by each custom report group you’ve set up in DataRiver, including specialty and provider. At times, this can include many data points which is why we’ve added the option to expand each metric the full width of the page.
Like I mentioned above, we spent a lot of time improving the overall architecture of Dashboards. We’ve been able to allow for future updates and metric expansion while keeping the speed and delivery of the dashboards insanely fast.
We’ve added increased performance for distribution, including delivery analytics. You can automate delivery of dashboards views to your organization without encountering speed bumps.
From here, we’d love to hear your feedback. We’ll continue to add new metrics to the list above as well. If you have any suggestions, please let us know.