This is the technical part and once connectivity is established with your EHR, Azara implements the base level EHR data mapping bringing over the common data elements typically not subject to customization. While basic data begins to flow in this step, it does not typically pick up any customer-specific configurations or additional workflows, nor does it cover issues with data quality.
We now look at the core client data set and validate that the necessary data is being collected in a consistent manner and placed within the EHR by each provider. It identifies any variations or disparities between what the providers think is happening and what the data says.
This phase focuses on how the client-specific EHR system customizations have impacted the collection and storage of critical information. It is within this step that outputs from custom workflows are incorporated and every data element is validated against test cases and provider performance perception. The output of this step includes the documentation and mapping of each data point.
The previous phase, Step 3, uncovers variation in data collection between care providers and deficiencies or gaps in the EHR workflow. In this phase, the focus moves to remediating the problems, whether human or system-based, and working with support staff and care providers on ensuring that all the necessary data is being stored in the correct place in a consistent manner.
Azara is 100% committed to the success of its clients and believes that accurate data and user trust are paramount. There is no magic tool or process for escaping the work of achieving data quality. A quality installation requires time and commitment from all parties and Azara works very closely with clients to assure that the data in DRVS is representative of the quality of care they are delivering.
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