Accountability and transparency are now major priorities for the healthcare sector. There are new rules and regulations, pressures, threats and new opportunities for healthcare providers today, but in order to address challenges and reap rewards, healthcare organizations need to have a clear and thorough understanding of existing and potential BI capabilities.
Many healthcare organizations are struggling and one key difference between the winners and losers is their propensity for analysis and for using their analytical capabilities to improve clinical quality, operational efficiency and financial strength. The differentiator is how they use the data they already own to become smarter, stronger and faster. It is business intelligence (BI), analytics and informatics.
Business Intelligence and Analytics for Healthcare Organizations provides a BI roadmap, guiding organizations to position it as a key player in overall business goals and strategies, so as to address topical and challenging issues including demand issues, resource shortages, compliance requirements, financial pressures and integration issues.
Business Intelligence and Analytics for Healthcare Organizations will allow you to:
- Understand BI and analytics applications already being developed and used by healthcare providers
- Maximize existing BI capabilities to improve clinical quality (patient care), operational efficiency and financial strength.
- Develop and implement BI systems and projects to increase revenue and patient care and attract more patients.
- Improve overall business strategies by including BI as an effective business tool in order to drive revenue and organization’s growth/competitive advantage.
- Implement a roadmap to implement and maximize BI systems and strategies.
- Gain buy-in and executive sponsorship
- Improve communications/relationships between internal/external staff
- Quickly improve project management to ensure BI projects remain business driven and feasible
This report contains case studies from a variety of organizations around the world including the likes of:
- Upstate Neurology Consultants, Albany, New York – Specialty physician practice;
- Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality, Madison, Wisconsin – A voluntary consortium of 27 healthcare organizations;
- Advocate Health Care, Oakbrook, Illinois – Integrated health care system;
- Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham, UK – Member of the National Health Service (NHS);
- Scott & White Healthcare, Temple, Texas – Integrated health system;
- Denver Health, Denver, Colorado – A ‘safety net’ institution that integrates acute hospital and emergency care with public and community health services; and
- United States Air Force Medical Operations Agency, San Antonio, Texas – Supports healthcare operations for 75 medical treatment facilities.
Business Intelligence and Analytics for Healthcare Organizations provides a roadmap to help healthcare organizations understand BI and its benefits from a strategic and business perspective particular to the healthcare industry by providing valuable and innovative examples of BI applications for improving clinical, financial and operational success.
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