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Health Analytics Gaining the Insights to Transform Health Care

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ISBN-10: 1118383044

ISBN-13: 9781118383049

Edition: 2013

Authors: Jason Burke

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This book is an “analytics for the health industry leader” book.  It will help business leaders with little-to-no experience in analytics understand how to incorporate analytics as a cornerstone of their 21st century competitive business strategy.  The industry-wide transformation taking place across the health and life sciences ecosystem is mandating that organizations adopt new decision-making capabilities – ones based not on the gut instincts of physicians and long-time executives, but on science and real-world information.  Analytics will be a required competency for the modern health enterprise; this book is about how to “cross the chasm.”The book is structured into four sections: (1)…    
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Book details

List price: $63.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/10/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 272
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.10" long x 1.10" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Jason Burke is the prize-winning Chief Reporter for "The Observer," London. He saw many of the key events described in this book at first hand.

A Changing Business for a Changing Science
The Gathering
How Can Medicine Become Smarter?
Complexity Exceeding Cognition
Learning from Other Industries
Characterizing Health Analytics
The Gathering Revisited
Convergence and the Capability Map
Nice Job, But…
Fifty Flashlights
Convergence Defined
Is Convergence Really Required?
The Rush to Health It
The Capability Map
Putting the Capability Map to Use
Health Analytics as a Discipline
The Four Enterprise Disciplines of Health Analytics
Health Analytics for the Nonanalytical
Information Management
Information Delivery
High-Performance Computing
Maturation and Scale
Enterprise-Class Analytics: Putting it All Together
Dealing with Data
Not a Drop to Drink
Defining Data
Big Data
Growth in Data Provisioning
The Excuses Every Leader Needs to Know
Building for Tomorrow
BEST Care, First Time, Every Time
Chief Medical Officer, SAS Center for Health Analytics and Insights
Medicine: Art, Science, or Both?
Leveraging Evidence to Deliver Improved Outcomes
What are Clinical Outcomes?
Supplementing the Unaided Human Mind
Health Care's Dark Fiber
Identifying Hidden Patterns
Financial Performance and Reimbursement
Structures and Models
Many Names, Common Attributes
What is Needed
Surviving and Thriving
Health Outcomes Analysis
No Leeches Necessary
The Big Seven + One
Timing is Everything
The Population-Patient Pivot
Patients Like this One
One Model, Many Beneficiaries
The Role of Rules Engines
Challenges in Health Outcomes Analytics
Health Outcomes Analytics in Practice
The Marvelous Leech
Health Value and Cost
An Asymmetrical Industry
Kaplan and Porter's Stand
The Elusive Health Value
Dissecting Value
Linking Costs to Risk
Value Innovation
The New Behavioral Health
Dangerous Portals
The Health-Mindedness Gene Experiment
Engel's Model
The New Evolving Science of Behavioral Health
What You Are
What You Experience
What You Do
What You Believe
Influencing Change
Putting Into Practice
Customer Insights
The Consumerized Patient
Will the Real Customer Please Stand Up?
What Are Customer Analytics?
A Framework of Customer Analytics
Sharing Insights
Beyond Commercial
Risk Management
Risky Business
Why Are Risks So Hard?
Recharacterizing Risk Factors
The Example of Customer Segmentation
Risk Interdependencies
Everybody in the Pool
The Catch
Risk Adjustment
Borrowing from Other Industries
Growing Risks
Quality and Safety
Defining Quality
Not Your Father's Toyota
On Track
Avoiding the Obvious
We Just Have to Do This
The Growing Inventory
Strategy and Performance Management
Transparency and Benchmarking
Setting Quality Targets
Drug Safety
The Burden of Insight
The New Research and Development
Returning to Alexandria
The End of Theory
Goals of a New Research Model
Characteristics of a New Research Paradigm
Target Improvement Areas
The Data Conundrum
The Big Four
One That Does What It Should
Taking on Research
Five Phases of Value-Based Analytical Innovation
Phase 0: The Plan
Managing Capability Maturity
Wisdom and Health
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