Epic Dashboards play an essential role in improving visibility for important employee, patient, or organizational data and simplifying analytics and reporting functions across your organization.

Read on to learn more about dashboard functionality in Epic, as well as where our senior-level Epic consultants can fit in your organization.

What is Epic Dashboard?

Dashboards in Epic help organizations centralize all the data users need in one place, and they are used as the primary method of reporting content distribution across business units.

With Epic Dashboards, users are enabled to…

  • Save time and improve process efficiency by combining data in a unified location
  • Complete comprehensive resource plans to meet project and demand planning needs and view resource allocation by budget or forecast period
  • Eliminate the need to navigate multiple screens to run, manage, and view reports
  • Easily access and view schedules and metrics across your collection of dashboards
  • Review feedback for common performance measures, including unreconciled orders, open chart documentation, and more
  • Make the most of their Epic system investment across the board

Main Types of Dashboards in Epic

What is Radar Dashboard in Epic?

Radar dashboards include lists of commonly used reports, links to Hyperspace activities, tasks, and data visualizations, including infographics and data summaries from any internal Epic operations or databases, making it easier for users to maintain data security and integrity and withstand changes across the organization or industry as a whole.

With a Radar dashboard, users can also embed key performance indicators (KPIs), data metrics, and displays from other third-party enterprise tools, such as Crystal Reports or Tableau, to extend functionality across systems from a single dashboard.

Epic users can also use advanced customization tools to format their Radar dashboards to meet their needs and leverage the internal Analytics Catalog and Report Repository to access foundational Radar dashboards.

(Note: Users must have an Epic Userweb account to access the repository.)

What is Learning Home Dashboard in Epic?

The Learning Home dashboard provides the functionality needed to easily exchange, communicate, and distribute important data to all necessary users from a single location. Learning Home dashboards store valuable information, including How-To guides, tip sheets, training videos, and more, so users can easily access them whenever and wherever they need them.

With a Learning Home dashboard, Epic users can reduce clutter from out-of-date information within their Epic workstations, leverage an easy-to-use data repository that allows users to keep up with changes to their Epic applications, and improve employee and system productivity through simple dashboards and structured frameworks for data consolidation.

How Can We Help?

Whether you need help implementing new Epic modules and applications, navigating a complex Epic executive dashboard, outlining user roles across custom-built dashboards, submitting a request for a newly-created dashboard, or anything else Epic-related, Surety Systems is here to help.

Our team of senior-level Epic consultants has the skills, expertise, and real-world experience needed to lead you to success, regardless of the complexity of your Epic dashboards or applications or the scale of your project needs.

Getting Started with Us

Interested in learning more about our Epic consulting services? Ready to get started on a project with one of our expert Epic consultants?

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