Our interactive dashboards and reports can transform hard-to-read data into a clear and comprehensive picture of your competitive landscape.
Using EHR/EMR and claims data trends, you’ll gain insight on patient pipelines that are poised for growth.
Marketware’s analytics also allow you to visualize the strength of a physician’s referral base, as well as the connections that exist both inside and outside their network. And with our field activity, internal referral and encounter trend dashboards will help you calculate and communicate your outreach’s bottom-line impact.
Marketware’s physician relationship management and analytics platforms have been very useful for our team to prioritize targets and areas to promote.
Connect your data, tools & team to stay ahead of the competition.
Interactive analytics dashboards help your healthcare organization visualize and act on internal data trends.
Understand market trends specific to physicians and use dashboards to help your healthcare team gain the insights they need.
Easily convert your healthcare analytics dashboards and data into Excel, PowerPoint or PDF reports demonstrating market trends and the ROI of your growth initiatives.
Use our shared patient analysis to visualize your market and the strength of those connections to help understand who to further target to enhance your patient pipeline.
Connect with our entire Physician Strategy Suite to assess the bottom-line impact of activity in the field and study individual providers — as well as track physician recruitment and onboarding efforts, all in one solution.
We support seamless integration with all platforms right from the start.
360 Degree View
Our integrated claims data gives you insight into provider claims occurring in & around your system.
The web-based platform stores key trends that are observed within various data sources, making it more accessible than ever.
Data analytics allow liaisons to measure & effectively communicate ROI tied to growth initiatives.
Multiple Data Sources
Data-driven approach is fueled by multiple data sources that ensure both successful strategy & results.
When it comes to healthcare, there are many data sources, including: internal medical records, external claims data, prescription data, population and disease statistics, contact management systems and patient surveys. All can be used to track disease, create continuums of care, improve patient outcomes and support service line development.
Business intelligence is the aggregation, analysis and use of these different data sources to directly inform decision-making. While many of these data sources can be collected or purchased, it can be labor-intensive to gather and analyze them as a team. This is especially true when it comes to organizing and visualizing data in a way that leads to action. Using a system like Marketware, to automate data access and analytics, can play a huge role in helping your organization grow key service lines and provider relationships.
Healthcare teams are actively working to identify ways they can focus marketing, business development and outreach resources where they add the most value. They use a variety of data sources, including internal encounter, inbound and outbound referral, state and CMS data to support service line planning and targeted outreach.
Business intelligence can show your business development team key points within the patient pipeline including the top providers of care and which physicians/networks are sharing patients with these providers. By using organized dashboards and business analytics, you can easily identify what needs to be done to nurture existing relationships, recover struggling relationships and redirect leakage.
All payer claims data is a collection of ambulatory and hospital claims data aggregated from multiple clearinghouses and billing systems. It includes a mix of payers including CMS.
While patient data is de-identified at collection, unique patient tokens allow you to observe how one patient may connect to multiple providers. By looking at shared patient volumes between two providers, your team can identify potential patient pipelines in your market.
For example, you can ID which potential referral partners are tied to key in-network providers. Then, create strategies to reinforce these ties. You can also use the data to understand which potential referral partners are tied to providers aligned with your competition and create strategies to redirect them.
By using a analytics tool that incorporates a PRM platform, your team can use field intelligence to filter dashboards and reports that show their work’s impact. Moreover, our integration allows you to highlight specific providers of interest. Then within the dashboard itself, schedule an activity with these individuals or push them into a target list or current growth campaign.
Connect with our entire Physician Strategy Suite to assess the bottom-line impact of activity in the field and study individual providers — as well as track physician recruitment and onboarding efforts, all in 1 solution.
Physician Relationship Management