The data your team needs to make the right call.
Healthcare providers are tasked with managing a huge variety of moving parts at the same time, such as patient care, facility management, and emergency room conditions. To do this effectively, healthcare organizations rely on having access to the latest performance data so they can make the right decision at the right time. Use these healthcare KPIs and metrics to give your team the data they need to make those tough calls with confidence.
What KPIs should you be tracking?
Get the Guide to KPIs and explore over 60 examples of KPIs you should track.
The Time to Healthcare Service KPI measures your organization's ability to provide incoming patients with healthcare service in a timely manner.
The lab turnaround time KPI measures the ability of your lab to process lab results.
Measures the amount of time patients are currently waiting before being seen by a physician in your ER.
Measures how long, on average, patients stay in your hospital after having a specific procedure, such as appendectomy.
Provides key data about patients in the ER such as room number, urgency of their case, current wait time, and if they've been attended to by a nurse.