White Paper December 14, 2016

Harnessing Enterprise Data Analytics for the New Healthcare Economy

In the new healthcare economy, healthcare organizations need a holistic, enterprise-wide view of their businesses. They need valuable data insights to help them tap into cost savings, streamline operations, and ensure quality care. The challenge, however, is that data is often confined to departmental silos or aggregated into data repositories without delivering actionable insights to the decision-makers who need them most.

This white paper outlines best practices that enable healthcare organizations to harness their data to create value in this transformative era of healthcare. We’ll discuss how enterprise analytics is less about the superiority of technology or data aggregation than the ability to create value, accelerate wins, and solve business problems. We’ll show how the healthcare c-suite can devise an analytics strategy built on the meaningful business insights needed to adapt to an evolving healthcare economy. We’ll also examine the healthcare technology ecosystem and identify where the internal IT organization can create value and where specialized analytics providers can lend assistance and expertise.

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