Business Intelligence and Analytics in Health Care

    Most health care organizations have made significant investments in transactional information systems that help “operate the business,” such as clinical systems (e.g., lab, radiology, pharmacy, EMRs), general administrative systems (e.g., scheduling or bed management systems), and revenue cycle management systems and general financial systems (e.g., accounts payable or general ledger systems).

    More than ever before, HCOs now have both the need and the tools to utilize electronic data to improve performance and decision making.

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