Run a search on “HIPAA compliant reporting” and Google will ask, “Did you mean HIPAA compliance reporting”? One obvious reason for this is the obvious importance of compliance and the immense amount of content available on the topic. But a less obvious reason is the glaring lack of HIPAA-compliant reporting solutions available to companies in the health care field.
LeapFrogBI is a unique exception to the rule. Our Business Intelligence as a Service (BIaaS) subscription is a popular choice among health care companies that need strong reporting capabilities. These companies understand that, despite the availability of excellent visualization tools such as Microsoft’s Power BI and Tableau, robust reporting capabilities are still difficult to develop. This is where LeapFrogBI comes in.
Mid-size (and even enterprise) companies often lack the expertise or resources needed to build a reporting solution capable of providing a clear and accurate view of the business. Doing so requires a careful and detailed analysis of the data, an understanding of how best to model the data so it is easily understood by report developers/consumers, and a complete toolkit of database and reporting applications tailored to the unique needs of the business. The challenge is large, and grows further as the number of data sources increases or other contributing factors are introduced. HIPAA compliance is surely one of these factors.
For companies that prefer not to take this responsibility in house, BIaaS from LeapFrogBI offers a complete, outsourced BI solution. We provide the expertise, tools and resources to develop a high-performance reporting solution tailored specifically to the data and needs of our clients. At the same time, the BIaaS subscription model eliminates 100% of the upfront cost normally associated with developing a data warehouse. Since our work is governed by a Business Associate Agreement, and the solution is hosted in a HIPAA-compliant data center, this is an excellent option for health care companies looking to upgrade their general ledger, executive dashboard and KPI reporting capabilities.
For anyone who’s interested, you can read more about the features and benefits of Business Intelligence as a Service.