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Your Essential Resource for Transforming Healthcare using Analytics

by Trevor Strome on August 5, 2013

Finally, a user’s guide to improving healthcare using analytics!

Healthcare Analytics Book - Order Now!

Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement is written by Trevor Strome and published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. This pivotal book helps guide your healthcare organization through the stages of analytics evolution: from relying on generic reports and dashboards to developing powerful analytic applications that drive effective decision-making throughout your organization.

Renowned healthcare analytics practitioner and thought-leader Trevor Strome reveals in this groundbreaking volume the true potential of analytics to harness the vast amounts of data being generated in order to improve the decision-making ability of healthcare managers and quality improvement teams to achieve desired and necessary transformation in the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare.

Healthcare Analytics is an essential guide for every healthcare organization regardless of where they are on their analytics journey.”

—Laura Madsen, MS, BI Evangelist and Healthcare Services Lead, Lancet Software; author of “Healthcare Business Intelligence: A Guide to Empowering Successful Data Reporting and Analytics”

Break through technology, communications, and knowledge barriers!

Written from the perspective of someone who has worked extensively to ensure that analytics are accessible and usable by front-line healthcare quality improvement and clinical staff, Trevor aims to break-down traditional role- and knowledge-based barriers to ensure that analytic insight is available to anyone needing such information to improve decision-making within the healthcare environment.

“Finally, someone who really knows the importance of healthcare analytics writes a book that is a must-read for every healthcare executive.”

— Louis Hugo Francescutti, MD, PhD, FRCPC, FACPM, ICD-D, CCPE, MPH, FRCP(Ire.), FRCP(Edin.) Professor, University of Alberta, Emergency and Preventive Medicine Physician”

Practical advice derived from real experience

In Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement, the author:

  • Examines how technology has impacted healthcare delivery
  • Discusses the challenge facing healthcare organizations: to leverage advances in both clinical and information technology to improve quality and performance while containing costs
  • Explores the tools and techniques to analyze and extract value from healthcare data
  • Demonstrates how the clinical, business, and technology components of healthcare organizations (HCOs) must work together to leverage analytics

Other industries are already taking advantage of data analytics. Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement helps the healthcare industry make the most of the precious data already at its fingertips for long-overdue quality and performance improvement.

For more information and ordering

For more information about the book or to order, click here: Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement. Hard-copy and e-reader versions are available.

About the Author

Trevor Strome, MSc, PMP, is the Analytics and Process Improvement Lead for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Emergency Program. He is also Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, where he participates in clinical and operations research projects and teaches statistics, informatics, and quality improvement to Emergency Medicine Residents and Emergency Department staff.

Trevor has coauthored three book chapters and numerous articles on healthcare topics. An in-demand speaker on the topic of healthcare analytics, Trevor has shared his unique experience and insight with audiences throughout North America and around the world.

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Trevor Strome October 16, 2013 at 10:54 pm

Hello everyone! Thanks for visiting the website of “Healthcare Analytics for Quality and Performance Improvement.” If you have any questions about the book, or would like to leave a comment, then please feel free to join the conversation!


Laura Hill February 24, 2014 at 2:08 pm

Your website (tools and resources) indicates the analytics strategy template will be coming in January 2014. When will it be available?


Trevor Strome February 24, 2014 at 2:35 pm

Hi Laura, thanks for your note! I have been working on an updated strategy template document that will be posted to the resources section by Friday (Feb 28). I’m sorry that I didn’t update the resources page to reflect the new release date of that document; it’s been corrected now and I will be sure to notify you when the document is released. Thanks again!


Trevor Strome March 3, 2014 at 4:25 pm

Just a quick update to let everyone know that the new analytics strategy template has been added to the book resources section.


Brennan Spiegel March 22, 2014 at 10:44 pm

Wanted to let you know that 60+ students will soon purchase your book for a class I am teaching at the UCLA School of Public Health, entitled “Health Analytics: Identifying, Collecting, and Analyzing Big Data in Healthcare.”

I found your book to be well written and accessible, and a good introduction to the field for public health students. I’m happy to share our full syllabus if useful. We are also covering some topics not found in the book (in much detail, anyway), including social media as a bid data source, queuing models, consumer health analytics, and wireless biosensors / quantified self movement.


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