Tag Archive: analytical maturity

Evolving into a Data-Centric Healthcare Organisation

In a previous post I reasoned why healthcare organisations should become more data centric. In this post I suggest a fluid and adaptable approach to mature the organisation with respect to data-centricity, in the process motivating why I would not utilise an approach recently suggested by IBM. In this post I focus my attention on …

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Will the Predictions about Advanced Analytics come true?

There is no denying the fact that businesses are continuously evolving to become more digital. And as part of this digital transformation, it has become very clear to many business owners and decision makers that data and analytics will play a key role in the success of a business across any industry. In this post …

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Hospital Analytics – are we getting there?

In the research literature we find thousands of papers documenting academic projects documenting analytical models for the hospital environment. But the big question we need to investigate is – how much of it is actually used operationally to make a real change to treatments and patient outcomes?

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Analytical Maturity

Having been in the industry for some time now, I have not only seen how Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics have matured, but also how the need for the succesful implementation of these technologies has become more apparent in most organisations. The amount of data that an organisation needs to deal with today has increased …

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