Reimbursement is also driven by statistical data gathered by different insurance providers, and is all driven by data collected and analyzed. These can change and need to be monitored to maximize payment for services rendered to promote success of the institution. Conclusion These are just a few of the examples of how using statistical data in healthcare guides leaders to use EBP to improve quality of care. The knowledge of statistics by medical professionals is important to help them interpret studies and how to move forward, further improving patient care. Statistical data is a proven important foundation that leads to the discovery of other areas in need of improvement. 4
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