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CrescentCare CIO: How Analytics Improves Patient Outcomes

CrescentCare Health in New Orleans has expanded beyond its original charter as the NO/AIDS Task Force to serve the broader community. CIO Seema Gai is leading the charge to incorporate data analytics to improve patient outcomes.
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Charlie Babcock
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3/23/2016 | 5:05:55 PM
Go to the cloud to avoid silos
Seema Gai has done an impressive job with the legacy systems she inherited. I wonder if data integration in the cloud is an option for future CrescentCare applications.
kbannan100
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kbannan100,
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3/23/2016 | 12:37:13 PM
Love it!
"Trained as a medical doctor with an advanced degree in public health, Gai has overseen the transformation process. She has spearheaded a number of projects to improve operations, billing, and patient care with new data management and analytics technologies."


I love this! It's a great example of how analytics shouldn't just be an IT implementation. It takes people with great skills and insights -- and not just related to IT.


--KB

 

Karen Bannan, commenting for IDG and Informatica
kbannan100
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kbannan100,
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3/23/2016 | 12:37:08 PM
Love it!
"Trained as a medical doctor with an advanced degree in public health, Gai has overseen the transformation process. She has spearheaded a number of projects to improve operations, billing, and patient care with new data management and analytics technologies."


I love this! It's a great example of how analytics shouldn't just be an IT implementation. It takes people with great skills and insights -- and not just related to IT.


--KB

 

Karen Bannan, commenting for IDG and Informatica
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