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- May 31, 2016
- January 19, 2016
Our ongoing web-based programs cover topics such as Data Warehousing, Data Lifecycle Management and Supporting Technologies, and more.
- December 01, 2013
This article from UX Magazine explores some usability and user experience considerations and the psychology behind effective business intelligence dashboards.
- November 24, 2014
Learn about the impacts of health IT on workflow from providers and office management: What it was like before, during and after implementations.
- January 12, 2015
Deploying C&BI to Enable the Future State of Care: Population Health Management
LCCA BI Rankings - How Life Care Identifies Operational Priorities Through its Microsoft Business Intelligence Solution
- January 30, 2015
Come see how LCCA uses Microsoft SQL Server and SharePoint Server to quickly analyze data from multiple data sources and present actionable information to 1,000 leaders across the country.
- December 02, 2015
Fueled by the convergence of forces, our healthcare system is in transition from volume to value. This symposium summarizes the IT enablers of care transformation and focuses on new data types, new tools, new methods, and first hand experiences to equip organizations to meet the triple aim goals of quality and patient experience, population health, and cost of care
- December 04, 2015
Expectations are high for innovation to help set new directions in healthcare, yet it is a heavily regulated environment. What rules can we break in order to innovate and survive? How can innovation take place knowing that some things must stay the same? Leveraging technology to improve health outcomes is proving to be more challenging than anticipated. This year’s innovation symposium takes a deep dive into examining what’s working, how, and why.
- December 07, 2015
This symposium is designed to educate participants on the current landscape of HIT safety and strategies to improve Health IT safety and quality of patient care using Health IT. Providers, Patient Safety Organizations and Health IT developers will share their experiences working together to improve clinical care.
- December 07, 2015
Health information exchange and the characteristics of interoperability are being shaped through a variety of business models, use cases and technical standards. These encompass a wide range of practical, innovative, and essential uses that are driving new partnerships, sustainability, and opportunities that address the economic and technical barriers to data exchange and data re-use. Discover the impact of these uses across the spectrum of healthcare and their implications for providers, payers, exchanges, consumers, and investors.