automatically captured at the point of service with no delays or manual

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automatically captured at the point of service, with no delays or manual processes to acquire the information. •Drill down into the source details of data appearing on dashboard (e.g. by facility, region, provider, etc) to explore problem areas. •Compare their area’s performance against similar business areas. •Access comparative data from other countries. •Effectively plan for Hajj and Umrah because they will have advanced health information from pilgrims and visitors, submitted at the time of Visa application. •Produce meaningful and timely executive reports created easily. • Be alerted to emerging trends in service delivery, patient conditions, etc. • Electronically communicate and collaborate with their co-workers within the MOH, other KSA health organizations, and other international health organizations. •Control costs and demand for services, by preventing unnecessary or duplicate services being delivered at the front line through eHealth system controls. • Communicate policies (electronically) to all those affected by the policies, and either enforce those policies or report on when they are not being followed. •Perform advanced data analytics, including the ability to do “what if” planning. •Share information with other health delivery organizations in Saudi Arabia, regarding the delivery of services to patients that we mutually serve
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  • Spring '14
  • Saudi Arabia, Health care provider, health delivery organizations

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