With more and more data available to healthcare providers, it’s difficult to know where to begin sourcing data for your population health management program—especially in the early days of program creation. However, choosing the right data to start with is critical to getting the fastest results from your program and demonstrating its value to stakeholders. Here are the data sources we suggest getting started with.
It’s no secret that technology and data have rapidly become a provider’s most powerful tools for reducing costs and improving care.
If you help make decisions about which vendors your business hires, then you should be familiar with Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. Magic Quadrants offer one-to-one vendor comparisons outlining strengths and cautions for each, as well as insights into overall market status.
IBM defines data integration as “discovery, cleansing, monitoring, transforming and delivery of data from a variety of sources.” Data integration sounds pretty simple--you take all your data and put it together, right? There’s actually a lot more to those two words.
Are you seeking a better understanding of your business?
Have you missed opportunities due to insufficient or untrustworthy data?
Are you looking for new and better ways to achieve your business goals and boost the value your team is adding to the business?
Do you want to build a more solid foundation for decision making?
The importance of a mature data strategy for every business becomes clearer every day, and data literacy is a serious obstacle along the way. Have you run across data-related terms that weren’t clearly defined? Do you want to understand more about the key components of building a data strategy?
Visualizing your data is a powerful way to discover new insights and relationships. With data visualization, you can digest huge amounts of data to discover hidden links and opportunities, especially those that don’t stand out in lists and spreadsheets.
Power BI can not only import data from a variety of sources, it can also help with cleaning and formatting the data it pulls. But how easy is it to do this?
What is Power BI?
Businesses often have a variety of data sources and formats, and it may be difficult to bring those sources and formats together to learn from them. That’s where a tool like Microsoft Power BI comes in, allowing you to connect data sources, clean up that data so it’s in its most useful form, explore, ask questions and share with your team.
Thanks to our love of all things data-related, at Onebridge we’re always finding stories about how people, companies, and governments are using their data to make life better. There’s a lot of news out there, and it’s easy to miss these stories if you aren’t looking for them. We thought we’d share our most recent favorites.