Enterprise Reporting

Get answers to your most pressing performance questions.

Analytics vs. reporting. A case for each.

As providers battle increasingly thinning margins, they require the ability to readily retrieve data and identify performance trends. With accurate and consistent reporting capabilities, health systems can scale knowledge throughout the organization to prevent bottlenecks and single points of failure.

While our claims analytics solution enables users to dive deep for meaningful insight into financial performance, sometimes you just need the most essential information—and need it quickly. That’s where reporting comes into play.

Reporting defined.

Reporting is “the process of organizing data into informational summaries in order to monitor how different areas of a business are performing.”

Identify patterns for process improvement.

To facilitate informed revenue cycle decisions, SSI Enterprise Reporting is a part of all claims management clients’ packages. As its name suggests, the application provides visibility across the revenue cycle and is accessible through a number of our revenue cycle solutions.  

The reports available in Enterprise Reporting are static visualizations that allow users to explore functional areas key to revenue cycle operations. Predetermined filters deliver the most relevant information, while data extracts can be designed to allow for near ad hoc reporting. Users rely on the system to analyze items of interest, from their clean claim rate to recurring errors impacting claim and biller audit trends.

While reports are designed around the most common areas of interest for our clients, they are routinely expanded to accommodate emerging client inquiries. Most recently, our programming team created client reports to measure the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on health system’s operations.

By easily identifying and responding to patterns within their organization, providers can strengthen processes, streamline workflow, and ultimately improve revenue cycle performance.