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Business Analytics and the Data Complexity Matrix

What exactly makes data complex? In the context of business analytics, there are two key drivers of data complexity:

  • The size of the data (is it millions of rows, 100’s of millions, or billion+)?
  • The number of disparate data sources (or data tables)

These elements drive complexity because the bigger the data, the more effort (cost) needed to query and store it. The more data sources (data tables) the more effort (cost) that is needed to prepare the data for analysis. The data complexity matrix describes data from both of these standpoints. Your data may be Simple, Diversified, Big, or Complex. When considering a Business Analytics program, different approaches are better suited for each data state.

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Interactive panels, keynote presentations and small-group workshops will address:
- Cost-effective starting points for population health management
- Strategies for quantifying care quality and developing quality reporting programs
- The complex process of leveraging big data analytics to produce quality and cost improvements

Network with peers and leaders from the Cleveland Clinic, American Medical Association, National Quality Forum, Intermountain Healthcare, Humana and so many more!

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Tackling Complex Data Challenges in Healthcare Analytics

Modern data analytics tools and technologies can help organizations analyze complex data and use it to benefit the institutions as well as their patients. However, selecting and implementing these solutions requires one to understand the underlying data and processes in place. This whitepaper will present the challenge of complex data in medical organizations, and present the ways in which modern technology can solve these problems.

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HIM Pros Must Shift from Coding to Health Informatics, Analytics

To help new and experienced health information managers make the transition to a challenging set of job requirements, AHIMA has laid out a ten-year plan to keep HIM pros in high demand in a white paper called HIM Reimagined. Full Story

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Using Enterprise Mobility Management to Support Clinician Mobility

Healthcare organizations operating in a value-based care environment have identified integration as key need. Today’s integrated health systems span the entire care continuum to link inpatient and outpatient services with long-term post-acute care and home health. No matter the site of service, clinicians and care providers demand convenient tools for accessing and using health data to coordinate and deliver high-quality care to each patient.

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Google Using FHIR, Deep Learning for Healthcare Predictive Analytics

Collaborations with the University of Chicago, Stanford University, and UC San Francisco are leveraging deep learning alongside innovative data standards like FHIR to tackle some of healthcare’s most intractable problems of cost, quality, and patient safety. Full Story

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CMS Expands Comprehensive Primary Care Plus to New Regions

The Comprehensive Primary Care Plus model is growing to four new regions in an effort to offer value-based population health management to a larger number of high-needs patients. Full Story

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Infographic: 10 Things to Know About MACRA

Finally figuring out PQRS, VM and MU? Don’t get too comfortable. The new MACRA ruling creates a whole new framework to drive providers to value-based care. Medical practices need to understand and prepare for this complex mandate or suffer penalties into the foreseeable future.

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Unique Device Identifiers in Claims Could Aid Healthcare Analytics

Adding unique device identifiers (UDIs) to claims data could significant improve patient safety and healthcare analytics, argues a new letter to CMS and the FDA, and speeding up the regulatory process requiring the change “would equip patients, clinicians and researchers with better data to prevent harm and reduce cost.” Full Story

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Cerner Pilot Uses Population Health Analytics for Chronic Care

Truman Medical Centers (TMC) in Missouri have teamed up with Cerner Corporation to develop a new set of population health analytics algorithms to support a comprehensive chronic care management program for patients. Full Story

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