"...hospitals, once they have their EMR's in place and are able to report on Meaningful Use, will want to provide tools to monitor performance of these measures over time and take action to ensure quality of care is improving"
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 26, 2010
Health Care DataWorks, a Technology Company created to commercialize the Enterprise Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence capabilities created at Ohio State University Medical Center, today introduced a Meaningful Use Dashboard for Health Systems.
The Meaningful Use Dashboard, based on the Interim Final Rule issued on December 31,2009, is able to present all of the indicators identified as part of the Interim Final Rule. The Dashboard will be updated as the Final Rule is put in place. Regardless of source system and the number of facilities or departments, the Meaningful Use Dashboard will provide a single location where an organization can see, at a glance, how they are performing in regards to Meaningful Use Indicators. The dashboard is designed to provide a high level summary view as well as a drill down capability to allow visibility into what is happening in an organization and why.
"We believe that hospitals, once they have their EMR's in place and are able to report on Meaningful Use, will want to provide tools to monitor performance of these measures over time and take action to ensure quality of care is improving," said Herb Smaltz, the CEO of Health Care DataWorks. "The Meaningful Use Dashboard is compatible with our Enterprise Data Model. For organizations that have invested in their own Data Warehouse and are looking for technology to allow them to quickly roll out a dashboard, this dashboard enables them to have that capability in a very short period of time. Additionally, we offer a hosted version of the Meaningful Use Dashboard."
Health Care DataWorks will be meeting with interested parties at the HIMSS conference from March 1-4, 2010. To arrange a time to meet with representatives from Health Care DataWorks, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Van Chappell or Barb Yothers at 877-979-4239. For more information on Health Care DataWorks, visit our website at hcdataworks.com.