Health Care Business Intelligence and Analytics Reportby SearchHealthIT.com
Published on: 09/28/2011
Hospital administrators are leading the use of health care analytics for a range of functions in provider settings. Driving their increased use are a few key clinical and business factors: the desire to meet meaningful use requirements, create quality reports, and better capture revenue, according to the results of SearchHealthIT.com's business intelligence survey.
Results are based on 243 responses from CIOs and other senior IT executives at medical centers, health systems and physician practices across the country. The survey was conducted online in August 2011. For the purpose of the questions, business intelligence was defined as analytics used for administrative, back-office functions while clinical data pertained to information found in clinical, patient-facing situations.
Explore the impact of business intelligence in provider settings, and the results of the SearchHealthIT.com reader survey, in this exclusive report.
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