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Don't let "analytics anxiety" keep your health organization fromimproving its outcomes and bottom line. Now your organization canmake the most of the explosion in its amount of clinicaldataturning it into dramatically lowered costs, enhancedprofitability, improved patient outcomes, and reduced fraud.
Written with a refreshing lack of jargon for non-technical,non-mathematical industry professionals, Health Analyticsfully defines what a new health care ecosystem can look like,powered by information. Author and health analytics pioneer JasonBurke paints a tangible picture of a different future for healthcare that's more closely connected to the evolving science ofmedicine and the growing role of individual health careconsumers.
Filled with examples and featuring a Foreword by Babson CollegeDistin-guished Professor Thomas Davenport, Health Analyticsexplores:
This timely book reveals that, just as other major industriesare reaping the rewards of advanced analytics every day, the healthindustry can also take advantage of analytics to consume, unlock,and apply new insights from the precious data already at itsfingertips.
Praise for Health Analytics: Gaining the Insights toTransform Health Care
"Health care leaders in the next decade must be able to guidetheir teams in the use of mission-critical health care analytics.Jason Burke has distilled this complex subject to a structured,commonsense framework that is a pleasure to read. His readers willgain significant advantage in the world of provider risk and ACOs,and will be revisiting charts, tables, and entire chaptersfrequently for sage advice."
Paul Bleicher, MD, PhD, CEO, Optum Labs
"Health care is among the largest and most complicatedindustries on the planet, such that one would expect to encounteradvanced practices. However, health care has yet to encounter itsown industrial revolution, one in which data-driven organizationsdisrupt the status quo to deliver ever better results and greatervalue. In his seminal book, Jason Burke helps us understand how to'paint a picture of a different future' for health care, using datato define activities, prioritize responses and interventions, andoptimize scarce resources, all to drive to a better 'newnormal.'"
Don McDaniel, President and CEO, Sage GrowthPartners
"Passionate, connected, and wonderfully insightfulJasonoffers a pragmatic framework to create meaningful value throughhealth care analytics. He has an uncanny knack for demystifying themodern health care ecosystem comprising patients, providers,payers, policymakers, and pharmaceutical organizationsanddescribing the role of health care analytics as the connectivetissue that will transform medicine."
Richard Thomas, CIO, Quintiles
"There are several unimpeachable statements that one can makeregarding the future of health care: 1) despite wishes of manystakeholders to the contrary, our 'system' of health care deliveryand financing will radically change; 2) quality, patientsatisfaction, efficiency, integration, coordination, andcost-effectiveness will replace volume as the drivers of medicine;3) there will be winners and, most assuredly, losers; and 4)essential to winning will be measurement and the use of real-timeinformation to guide decisions. If those engaged in health caredelivery (or health policy) wish to be among the future winners,those who successfully reconstruct the health care system, theyneed to read Jason Burke's Health Analytics. Far more than alucid explanation of the difference between data and information(and how to ensure that the latter is an integral driver ofoperations), this book is a strategic map to the future. Filledwith wisdom and yet incredibly engagingly written, HealthAnalytics promises considerable return on investment for anyoneinterested in the health of individuals or organizations (i.e.,virtually everyone)."
David R. Rubinow, MD, Meymandi Professor and Chair,Department of Psychiatry and Director of Innovation and HealthcareSystem Transformation, School of Medicine, University of NorthCarolina at Chapel Hill
I have been working in healthcare space for 15+ years and I can truly say that this book has probably the best and clearest view of healthcare analytics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deepak Goyal
Loved it for class. Definitely made analytics easier to understand and I like how they had examples from current day.Published 9 months ago by Justina