With reduced reimbursement Laboratories are under increasing pressure to optimize business practices, improve utilization and cut costs. Business intelligence (BI) is a set of computer-based tools that provide organized, well structured and understandable views of laboratory operational and financial data. BI can greatly assist management to better understand their laboratory operations and make well founded, prudent decisions to meet laboratory objectives. This presentation will describe the characteristics of BI, provide examples of BI capabilities and offer guidelines for the election of a BI system for your laboratory.
- Determine the potential value and benefits of business intelligence for their laboratory.
- Assess and evaluate the characteristics and capabilities of various BI alternatives
- Describe the key differentiators in selecting the best fit business intelligence system for your laboratory
1.0 Continuing Education Unit
Body of Knowledge Learning Domains
- Business and Clinical Operations
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