Reporting & Analytics

As the healthcare industry continues to evolve and regulations continue to change, accountability and care coordination are becoming more prominent, requiring emergency departments to track and report an increasing amount of patient data.

The CMR Reports Module presents data from the entire patient encounter quickly and efficiently, providing easy-to-read reports for internal and external audiences. This module produces more than 90 standard reports, including color graphical analysis charts designed to assist in managing the emergency department. Reports provide current patient data, historical information and allow management to identify trending patterns. Included in the reports module are patient logs, acuity reports, financial information reports, wait-times analysis, and census reports.

These reports can be exported to standard formats, such as Microsoft® Excel, as needed and can be used to trend data from ongoing and past activities.

Reports include (among others):

  • Addendums
  • Average Census by Hour of the Day
  • Average Census by Hour of the Day – Weekends
  • Average Census by Hour of the Day – Weekdays
  • Average Times (Patient Flow)
  • Actual Times by Patient
  • Average Times by Physician
  • Average Times by Department
  • Census by Day of Week
  • Census by Department /Area
  • Central Log
  • ED-Related Hospital Quality Measures
  • Meaningful Use Measures
  • Patient Volume Report
  • Patient Volume by Month
  • Pharmacy Report
  • Physician Referral
  • Physician Productivity
  • Returns within 72 Hours
  • Supplemental Charting Methods
  • Time Intervals
  • Time Intervals by Admits
  • Time Intervals by Discharge
  • Time Intervals by Transfers
  • Triage Acuity Levels
  • Volume by Month (Patients Registered vs. Patients Seen)

In addition to its standard reports, CMR includes an audit tool that profiles all activity so that management can maintain scrupulous patient privacy and avoid data breaches. This includes all actions performed by any user as well as logging actions with an individual patient encounter, such as who viewed or accessed a record, requested a record or accessed a sequestered record.