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Data Warehousing and Healthcare, Part 1

Originally published November 4, 2010

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.

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Posted November 4, 2010 by Anonymous

Do you differentiate between health care providers and health care insurers?  I have seen many postings for enterprise data warehouse data architects and related positions at health insurance companies.  So many, in fact, for some, that I wonder if they are expanding exponentially or just have a very high turnover in personnel.  I tend to think the latter is true.  Most of these data architect postings require significant experience in the "health care industry".  I have heard from some recruiters that this translates into knowing the coding system used by providers when submitting insurance claims.  But why is that important?  Aren't they just unique values in a column in some code table?

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