Not understanding data often is the difference between success and failure.
- Between positive and negative health outcomes.
- Between improving and worsening patient satisfaction.
- Between increasing or decreasing revenue.
Many areas in healthcare rely not only on the collection of data but, importantly, the ability to decipher and act upon it. In that intersection, reporting was born. After the advent of reporting, healthcare organizations looked to business intelligence to understand and act more quickly on the information created by data.
A new three-part article by MedeAnalytics President Scott Hampel focuses on reporting trends in healthcare. Learn why healthcare organizations must transition from manual reporting to AI-fueled predictive analytics.