Welcome to Franklin:BI, Answers for Comparative Provider Performance.
We started with a new foundation of financial, operational and clinical performance, and maxed it out with 750 ratios & measures. The data model untangles the silos of health information and the BI platform is the latest in big data analytics. Custom metrics, peers and national standards bring providers’ experience to life. The result is an analyst’s dream.
Answers at the speed of thought!
Use AI to identify the metrics of greatest influence among any group of hospitals. Answers the question: What metrics are most influential in improving performance and by how much?
Visualize performance geospatially for any metric in any market. Systems and affiliations layer by geography and performance.
Scorecards and Side-by-Sides
Profile a provider’s entire performance scorecard, compare to a custom cohort, another benchmark hospital, or a competitor or peer in a side-by-side comparison.
Predictive Diagnostic Panel
Identify metrics scoring off target by value or trend as compared to any custom group of hospitals in either favorable or unfavorable terms. Rates and measures scoring well but trending down or performing poorly and improving are quick to identify for rapid focus.
Clinical Service Line Analysis
Understand Service line mix, pricing, and LOS differences versus comparison groups of your choice.
Physicians & Group Practices
Profile practitioners and their group practices with Practice and Panel demographics, including Risk Scores, MIPS scores, Utilization, Hospital/System Affiliations, Payments and Prescription details.
Inpatient and Outpatient price transparency reveals local and comparative pricing for MS-DRGs and HCPCS, with trends and quarter over quarter changes. Answers the question: What are the market basket charge rates and how are they changing?
Correlations between metrics provides powerful insight when comparing Quality, Safety and Outcomes scores across Financial or Operational rates.
Analysis of performance quartiles for every data metric in the dictionary for 90+ provider cohorts for the most important demographic attributes.