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Healthcare Business Intelligence, + Website A Guide to Empowering Successful Data Reporting and Analytics

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ISBN-10: 1118217802

ISBN-13: 9781118217801

Edition: 2012

Authors: Laura Madsen

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This book will be constructed as a guidebook for healthcare organizations that are attempting BI/DW.   It will address the primary functions of a business intelligence capability and how BI can ease the increasing regulatory reporting pressures on all healthcare organizations.  Also included will be tables, checklists and a few forms.  Tenative chapter contents:  Chapter 1:  What is Healthcare BI?  Chapter 2:  The Five Disciplines of Business Intelligence   Chapter 3:  The Importance of ETL   Chapter 4:  Starting with Data Governance  Chapter 5:  Creating a BI team  Chapter 6:  Data Modeling for Healthcare   Chapter 7:  Gaining Support for your BI program   Chapter 8:  Ensuring good User…    
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Book details

List price: $78.00
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited
Publication date: 9/4/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 336
Size: 6.40" wide x 9.30" long x 1.12" tall
Weight: 1.232

Business Intelligence
What BI Isn't
Do You Need BI?
Healthcare Information Environment
Data Modeling
The Don'ts
The Tenets of Healthcare BI
The Tenets
Data Quality
Leadership and Sponsorship
Technology and Architecture
Providing Value
Cultural Implications
Seeking Equilibrium
Data Quality
Data Quality Implications for Healthcare
Data Governance
Data Profiling
Leadership and Sponsorship
Leading a BI Initiative
Why Sponsorship Is Critical
Technology and Architecture
The "Abilities": Scalability, Usability, Repeatability, Flexibility
Providing Value
Creating a BI Team
User Adoption
The BI User Persona Continuum
Six Steps to Providing Value
Gauging Your Readiness for BI
Proceed with Caution
The Go Stage
Future Trends in Healthcare BI
Web 2.0 and Social Media
Mobile Technologies for Healthcare BI
Analytics: More Than a Buzzword
Creating a Data-Driven Organization
Big Data and Why It Matters
To the Cloud!
Putting It All Together
Year One
Get Some Support
Governance Structure
Projects with Value
Technology and Architecture Gaps
Architectural Gaps
Cultural Preparedness
Marketing the Program
Manage the Inaugural Effort
Build Supporting Processes and Infrastructure
Train and Deploy
Operationalize the BI Function
KPIs for Healthcare
Departing Thoughts on Healthcare BI
Data Governance Policies and Procedures
Business Intelligence Reporting Tool
Business Intelligence Road Map Template
Business Intelligence Marketing Plan Template
Status Report Template
About the Website
About the Author