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Articles by Scott Wanless

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How Chief Medical Officers Use Business Intelligence Summary
Business intelligence provides improved information to support the evolving role and responsibilities of today’s chief medical officer.

Topics: Data Governance, Application Development, Business Intelligence, Compliance, Query & Reporting

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
03-14-2006
Using Healthcare Business Intelligence to Improve Revenue Management Summary
Healthcare providers must work with numerous payers, such as private insurance, governmental agencies, self-insured employers and patients who can pay, to actually get paid.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
02-07-2006
Five Steps to Healthcare Business Intelligence Success Summary
Healthcare organizations embarking on business intelligence must strive for predictive analytics and dig into unstructured data for success.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Mining and Statistical Analysis, Predictive Analytics, Unstructured Data

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
11-29-2005
Using Business Intelligence to Translate Healthcare Quality Measures into Value Summary
Although cost is certainly a significant healthcare issue, providers must also consider the value of quality measures.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
10-27-2005
Healthcare Uses Business Intelligence to do Extraordinary Things Summary
Accurate data drives business intelligence decisions and gets results.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
09-27-2005
How Business Intelligence Can Improve Patient Safety Summary
Along with cost, efficiency, and availability, patient safety has become one of the key issues in healthcare today.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Jodi McManaway, Scott Wanless | 0 comments
08-30-2005
Using Business Intelligence to Enhance Healthcare Marketing Summary
Business intelligence has a lot to offer clinical healthcare organizations in terms of crafting real, evidence-based marketing messages.

Topics: Performance Management, Business Intelligence, Sales & Marketing Analytics

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
07-26-2005
Healthcare Research and Business Intelligence Summary
One of the best business intelligence applications for healthcare organizations is the patient registry repository. This one application provides both clinical value and business value.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
06-28-2005
Care Teams Reduce Costs with Business Intelligence Summary
This article details the specific types of information used by care teams for greater clinical effectiveness, efficiency, safety and cost-effectiveness and describes how this information can improve performance through business intelligence processes.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
04-26-2005
Predictive Analytics in Clinical Healthcare Summary
This article details the specific dimensions of a patient encounter prediction and how such predictions can be used to support operational and strategic decisions for greater efficiency, safety and cost-effectiveness.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices, Predictive Analytics

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
03-22-2005
Using Priority Conditions to Improve Business Intelligence Summary
Combined with business intelligence, a priority conditions analytical application can be used in a number of ways to solve a variety of strategic, organizational and operational issues.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
02-24-2005
Healthcare Business Intelligence Summary
Healthcare business intelligence benefits everyone from the patient to hospital executives.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
02-23-2005
Business Intelligence: How Doctors Think and Work Summary
This article discusses two essential ingredients for a business intelligence application and five ways to ensure that your application will be used to produce benefits for both the organization and the users.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
02-01-2005
Pay-for-Performance: Making it Pay Off Summary
Proactively gathering, storing and using the wealth of clinical, financial and demographic information, both externally and internally, is essential to success.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
01-04-2005
Five Business Uses for Patient Registry Repositories Summary
Five business uses for the patient registry repository stand out in terms of supporting greater effectiveness, quality and efficiency in clinical organizations.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices, Query & Reporting

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
12-08-2004

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