Data as an Enterprise Asset for Healthcare Providers

Presented by

Kevin Holter, Infomatica

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Among the many challenges facing healthcare providers today, one thing is common: a relentless demand for more and better integrated information. Firms of all shapes and sizes today are confronted with the question of how well they are leveraging data and healthcare analytics to transform their organizations. Unfortunately, traditional data warehousing alone is not enough to support the advanced, dynamic analytics that are required to improve quality and lower costs of care. Business imperatives such as new business models, patient-centered care, and population health combined with disruptive technology trends such as big data, cloud and predictive analytics require a nimble data management infrastructure. Ongoing research by the International Institute of Analytics (IIA) points to an increase in the number of healthcare providers that are intentionally building and funding analytics and data programs. In this webinar, IIA CEO and Co-Founder Jack Phillips and Kevin Holder, CTO of Healthcare at Informatica, lead an insightful discussion about the findings of IIA’s benchmarking results. This discussion examines how: - Investing in the quality, timeliness, and reliability of data as well as the cultural governance and stewardship of data is critical toward becoming an analytical competitor - Healthcare provider organizations who are committed to treating data as an asset are seeing a return on investment - To leverage analytics for improvements in business performance, patient/member engagement and clinical outcomes - To drive actionable insights through meaningful and trustworthy data

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