The healthcare industry is full of data.
Healthcare data can be found in documents like patient health records, monitoring information, appointment booking systems, and payment schemes.
So, where do the challenges come into play? The main challenge is that there is so much data in the healthcare system that it’s hard to organize it all into a realistic picture of what really happens inside a hospital.
With process mining, a hospital could process footprints created in nearly any IT application, including EHR, ERP, and LIMS. The info can be extracted rapidly, combined, and reconstructed to a digital form in an instant.
Process mining means organizations can visualize processes like patient check-ins, evaluation and diagnosis, treatment, medication, continued care, billing, and more. Process mining also helps management teams identify bottlenecks in a process that are usually caused by the manual input of a real employee. It also helps to introduce improvements for a given process.
Process mining also shows the user why some processes are faster than others. In addition, it also analyzes the time between two different events to compare efficiency between different departments, regions, or specific employees.
When it comes to cost, process mining providers can point out incident types that add extra time and cost to a process. Once this is identified, then the healthcare organization can decide how they want to handle it.
If your business is looking for a process mining provider, get in contact with a Digital Workforce Solutions representative today!