Description: In this session, gives a broad overview of the tool for new users. You will be able to move through the presentation to any particular section you want, and if you're not able to complete the training at one time the system will return you to the last point where you left off.
Objectives: After completing this course, you will learn how to build populations, run and understand Analyst Reports, creating custom reports using Reveal and Ad Hoc and making Physician Score Cards.
Description: This course is intended to help new users understand how to use Population Builder to create a population to target specific patients.
Objectives: After completing the course, you will learn how defining a population will aid in creating reports in CareDiscovery. You will also learn how inclusions and exclusions can narrow population results and the detail results in the summary details page.
Description: In this course you will learn: How the Analysis reports in CareDiscovery can help you answer common questions from Readmit to Complications.
Objectives: After completing this course you will have a better overall understanding of the analysis reports available in CareDiscovery, as well as best practice guidelines on when to use each report.
Description: In this session, participants will learn key concepts to know when working with Reveal Custom Reports, go through a step-by-step process overview, become familiar with selecting dimensions and measures.
Objectives: After completing the course, you will learn how to create a Reveal report by selecting the parameters, dimensions, measures and display options. Understanding the details of the report structure, tips for working in Reveal and cautions on when selecting dimension options.
Description: This course is designed to give a basic understanding of the Provider Profile section of CareDiscovery.
Objectives: After completing the course, you will learn how to create a Provider Profiles report by selecting the parameters, physicians, measures, data exhibits and understanding the details of the report and structure. Understanding the physician roles, limiting data and peer comparisons.
Description: In this session, participants are given an introduction to Ad Hoc to cover the basic functions and learn the tips when creating reports.
Objectives: After completing the course, you will learn the various functions in the toolbar and menu bars. You will learn how to create a simple Ad Hoc report for a Physician Roster as well as bringing back inpatient and outpatient discharges.
Description: A comparison of the Reveal and Ad Hoc custom reporting tools highlighting the major differences between to the two.
Objectives: This eLearning helps CareDiscovery users to know when to use a Reveal versus an Ad Hoc report. Highlights of the Pros and Cons of each and the major differences between the two are covered.
Basic understanding of the features in the Reveal and Ad Hoc custom reporting tools.
This course supplements and builds upon the information found in the standalone Reveal and Ad Hoc training courses. This course should not to be used as a replacement for the standard Reveal or Ad Hoc training courses.
Description: In this session, participants are given a overview of comparative reporting for population specific measures in Population Finder and Reveal. Clinical Population Monitoring provides a mechanism to simultaneously assemble risk-adjusted outcomes along with both evidence-based care process measures and segmentation measures for important clinical populations in a manner that enables evaluation of possible root-causes and potential solutions with minimal additional study. Clinical Population Monitoring (CPM) will incorporate condition-specific reporting with new aggregate diagnosis, procedure, and transaction measures.
Objectives: After completing this course, you will be able to create a population on a population specific measure that will be used to create multiple Reveal reports. Users will learn the different functions of linking and filtering in Reveal.
Description: In this session, participants will look at the standard method of data submission, through the processing of the data, to the loading of data to the CareDiscovery application. We'll also discuss the methodologies that are applied during the process.
Objectives: After completing this course, describe the basic steps to complete a data submission and high level process of costing utilized in CareDiscovery. Name 2 Proprietary Methodologies utilized in CareDiscovery.
Description: During this session, participants will learn the process of downloading, reviewing, and interpreting Data Quality Reports. Each step of the process will be examined.
Objectives: After completing this course, you will have a better understanding of data submission process and the IBM Watson Health Methodologies and data mapping. Describe the purpose of the data quality reports. Retrieve the reports. Organize the reports for efficient review. Recognize potential data quality issues.
Description: This course is to show users how to link reveal reports in CareDiscovery to create 'drillable' reports. Users should already be familiar with creating Reveal reports and if they are not they should take the 'Reveal' training.