Healthcare Analytics

Agile Analytics – Can there be any other kind in healthcare?

by Trevor Strome September 26, 2011

Agile software development overview In the world of software development, the term “agile development” (as defined by Wikipedia) refers to “a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams.” Recently, the term “agile analytics” has emerged, undoubtedly coined to apply the […]

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With Healthcare BI on the rise, tap into education and networking…

by Laura Madsen September 9, 2011

[Editor’s Note: This guest post is written by Laura Madsen, Healthcare Practice Lead at Lancet Software, and founder of the Healthcare Business Intelligence Summit. We are happy to welcome Laura as a contributor!] In August 2011, KLAS Research issued a report titled Business Intelligence: Making Cents of Performance.  The report highlights something my colleagues and […]

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Healthcare BI Summit Provides a Unique Learning and Networking Opportunity

by Trevor Strome August 23, 2011

There are few healthcare business intelligence learning networking opportunities Healthcare business intelligence (BI) and analytics is an emerging (and definitely growing) field. There is no doubt that working in an emerging field like healthcare BI can be exciting. After all, healthcare analytics professionals are breaking new technological ground and are becoming essential players in clinical […]

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What Is Healthcare Analytics?

by Trevor Strome March 14, 2010

Healthcare is in the midst of an “information revolution”. Healthcare organizations are rapidly adopting information systems to improve both business operations and clinical care. Many classes of information systems are emerging in the healthcare domain, ranging from electronic medical records (EMRs), specialty care software, to supply chain management systems. At the same time, healthcare organizations […]

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