Today, analytics is just another part of doing business, and healthcare stands to profit: Reduced costs and improved care coordination are just a few of the expected benefits. But healthcare organizations first must get their houses in order. This briefing will explore the information management paths the industry is taking to the analytics Promised Land, assessing expert and executive viewpoints and taking a careful look at SearchHealthIT's 2013 data analytics survey. Access >>>
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- Successful analytics programs hinge on data governance
- Doctors' performance gets boost from analytics
- Business intelligence survey results
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