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Hospitals In Early Stage of Analytics Usage
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jaysimmons
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jaysimmons,
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9/17/2013 | 8:33:34 PM
re: Hospitals In Early Stage of Analytics Usage
Most organizations I have seen have been focused on attesting for MU and have purchased products with this goal in mind only. There really hasn't been much focus on C&BI tools, just mostly with larger organizations that have already established a foothold with EMR systems and MU attestations. This will undoubtedly change as more companies implement their EMR systems and start focusing on other aspects of health IT such as big data and analytics.

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David F. Carr
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9/13/2013 | 12:36:48 AM
re: Hospitals In Early Stage of Analytics Usage
Aren't any of the EHR vendors bundling in one of the best of breed analytics tools, rather than trying to roll their own? I'd think that would be the best way for them to deliver a robust BI capability
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9/12/2013 | 9:29:16 PM
re: Hospitals In Early Stage of Analytics Usage
Bid Data & Analytics...no doubt is the next EMR fiancial boodoggle. If you think we spent a ton of dough on EMRs and have yet to see any real return, just wait to see what BD will burn thru. To learn why go to: http://www.kelzongroup.com/Big...
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