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Deep Domain Announces Launch of Version 3.0 Reporting Software for Healthcare Providers

July 16, 2013

With Deep Domain Reporting Software Version 3.0, healthcare providers benefit from significant time- and cost-savings with faster, more affordable EHR reporting.

Redmond, WA (PRWEB) July 16, 2013

Deep Domain, Inc., a leading provider of analytic and electronic health record (EHR) reporting software, today announced the release of Deep Domain Reporting Software Version 3.0. The platform upgrade gives healthcare providers an affordable software solution that significantly improves the EHR reporting process by making it possible for any staff member to create and run reports, which results in significant time- and cost-savings. With Deep Domain’s personal dashboards, customized reports and super-fast data queries, healthcare providers can get the answers they need in just minutes compared to waiting days or weeks for one report with the typical reporting process.

With more than half of America’s doctors currently using electronic health records, it’s become increasingly important for providers to ensure they have the right tools they need to work efficiently and effectively. Typically, the only members of staff that are responsible for extracting the EHR data and creating the reports are the report writers and analysts. It’s estimated that the average time it takes to create a report is one or two months and each report is estimated to cost $2500 or more due to the time it takes a report writer which uses special-purpose programming language known as SQL to get the data from the EHR and run the necessary report.

Deep Domain provides a low-cost alternative to this expensive and time-consuming process. Deep Domain charges $78 per month for each provider. It generally takes just minutes to create and run a report, which reduced the waiting period by 98%.

According to Rhonda Huff, CEO of Yakima Neighborhood Clinic, “A single report costs over $2,500 and take weeks; we need dozens of reports and can’t afford the resources. There have been no sensible solutions until we discovered Deep Domain.”

Deep Domain Reporting Software is currently installed at leading hospitals, such as Swedish Hospital (recently acquired by Providence Health & Services) and Evergreen Hospital, and Community Health Centers throughout the US. Deep Domain is currently upgrading all existing customers to V3 and all new customers will have V3 installed automatically.

“With Deep Domain V3, our customers can create and run all the reports they need for just $78 per month per provider. Not only is it an affordable subscription plan, but it’s also a tool that can be used by anyone; meaning that you don’t have to be a report writer or analyst to use Deep Domain. We’ve designed a product that is extremely user-friendly so doctors and administrators can get the information they need…quickly,” states Deep Domain’s CEO Howard Mahran.

About Deep Domain

Headquartered in Redmond, WA, Deep Domain is an innovative healthcare information company that provides healthcare organizations of all sizes with a cost-effective software solution that automates EHR clinical, financial and quality reporting. Deep Domain’s reporting software reduces costs, enhances work efficiencies, and fosters better patient outcomes. Customers include Swedish Medical Center, Geisinger Health System, and Evergreen Medical Center. For more information, visit Deep Domain at http://www.deepdomain.com.

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