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New Healthcare Data Warehousing Model Gains Favor
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3/21/2013 | 7:02:29 PM
re: New Healthcare Data Warehousing Model Gains Favor
I can certainly see the case made for late binding versus early binding. The ability to be able to change and customize your approach depending on the data you want collected and the faster speed at which you can generate the reports alone are worth the switch to late binding. With the large amount of data being collected in these data warehouses, physicians need to be able to access information specific to their needs.

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