Children’s National Medical Center, a paediatric hospital in Washington, DC, will deploy Streamline Health Solutions’ OpportunityAnyWare, a business analytics software suite.
The hospital will also implement key components of the suite that include the ARWare and DenialWare solutions.
By aggregating data from disparate sources throughout the enterprise, the SaaS-based OpportunityAnyWare provides healthcare facilities with real-time actionable information that drives positive financial and operational results.
Through instant access to all current, historical and transaction-level data, the web-based solution produces a real-time snapshot of a provider organisation’s financial, operational and clinical performance.
According to Streamline Health Solutions, organisations can collaborate across departments, develop and jump-start action plans, and instantly capitalise on high-impact opportunity areas with its OpportunityAnyWare solution.
The OpportunityAnyWare provides a fully-customisable dashboard that allows users to trend metrics, set targets and define alerts for a variety of key performance indicators across multiple departments, vendors and/or payers to address their specific business needs.
The user-friendly solution includes extensive pre-defined report templates and allows for unlimited ad hoc custom report creation.
It easily integrates with Streamline Health’s 835DenialWare module, giving each client an advanced root cause denial reporting and analysis solution.
Streamline Health CEO Robert E Watson said that the company develops solutions that help its clients prepare for the significant challenges they face in the rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
"We are pleased to provide additional solutions to deliver the knowledge clients need to stay ahead of the curve," Watson added.
Children’s National Health System is home to the Children’s Research Institute and the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation.
Children’s National comprises a community-based paediatric network, eight regional outpatient centres, an ambulatory surgery centre, two emergency rooms, and an acute care hospital.