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Leveraging AI and Encryption for Secure Data Analytics Summary
Simon Bain, founder and CTO of ShieldIO, and Ron Powell discuss the importance of securing data for analytics and the increasing role of artificial intelligence in data security.

Topics: Analytics, Databases/Database Administration, Privacy & Security, Cloud Computing, Analytical Techniques

by Ron Powell | 0 comments
Improving Health Care: ACOs and Analytics to the Rescue? Summary
Greg Nelson weighs the potential of Accountable Care Organizations in improving health care, and stresses the importance of analytics in any changes to the health care system.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments
Data Warehousing and Healthcare, Part 1 Summary
This article, the first in a series, explores why data warehousing has not become an industry standard in healthcare as it has in other environments.

Topics: Data Warehousing
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by Bill Inmon | 1 comment
Enterprise Performance Management for Maximizing Healthcare IT ROI Summary
A quantum shift toward healthcare enterprise performance management (HEPM)is necessary so that changes to clinical, operational and financial metrics as a result of healthcare IT initiatives be measured and converted to dollar figures. HEPM should be an integral part of all strategic initiatives.

Topics: Performance Management

by Mark Brownlee, Seema Pandey | 1 comment
The Healthcare Performance Dashboard: Linking Strategy to Metrics Summary
In this article, Greg Nelson discusses opportunities for utilizing data for effective decision making – both at the strategic as well as operational levels. As one of many decision support tools, the “dashboard” can help provide insights that are seldom seen with mere gut and intuition.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Performance Management

by Greg Nelson | 1 comment
Can Your Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) Infrastructure Handle Case Management Methodology Changes? Summary
Having a well-architected case management methodology generates benefits for patients, purchasers and the hospital itself – and is a must to positively impact clinical and financial outcomes.

Topics: Information Management, Business Intelligence

by Scott Wanless | 0 comments
Business Intelligence 2.0: Are We There Yet? Summary
Greg Nelson outlines what should be contained in the next chapter of innovation for business intelligence, analytics and data integration.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments
Research Informatics: Infrastructure or Competitive Advantage? Summary
Greg Nelson looks at a few examples from clinical research and healthcare delivery environments and discusses how the creation of informatics environments can be positioned for value beyond just another IT infrastructure component.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Performance Management, Analytics

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments
Trends in the Healthcare Business Intelligence Marketplace Summary
Jason Oliveira looks at the trends in health information technology, emphasizing that exploiting the wealth data remains a formidable challenge for today’s healthcare organizations.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Jason Oliveira, MBA | 0 comments
News and Analysis: SOA Reengineers Healthcare Summary
Lou Agosta reports on the recent SOA in Healthcare Conference and the perfect storm of factors converging to rekindle productive SOA problem-solving in the healthcare market vertical.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Analytics

by Lou Agosta | 0 comments
Mastering Data Management in Health and Life Sciences Summary
Greg Nelson outlines the benefits of a good master data management strategy, talks about the challenges that organizations have to overcome and concludes with a brief discussion on the ROI that is achievable if successful.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Master Data Management (MDM), Analytics

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments
Business Intelligence in Health and Life Sciences Summary
Greg Nelson challenges us to start thinking differently about clever data presentation and create a clear path forward for bringing the intelligence back to health and life sciences and, ultimately, to improve time to decision.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments
The Role of Business Intelligence in Clinical Trial Automation Summary
Richard Phillips describes the automation of clinical trials and describes a solution that is mostly possible with today's technologies and standards - with one big "if."

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Richard Phillips | 0 comments
Business Intelligence in Life Sciences: The Perfect Storm Summary
This article outlines the major trends in life sciences for 2009 and provides the business intelligence (BI) world with potential responses and solutions.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Greg Nelson, Richard Phillips | 0 comments
Implementing Metrics Management for Improving Clinical Trials Performance Summary
We need to spend the right amount of energy in developing a metrics program that can improve time to delivery, improve quality and continue to motivate and excite the community of people that deliver on that value every day.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

by Greg Nelson | 0 comments