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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Retailers using big data to preemptively cater to customers this holiday season

Richard Jones Archive
It might seem as if customers are receiving circulars that contain every item on their wish lists this holiday season.

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Good data central to healthcare

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Data quality is extremely important to limiting readmissions to hospitals.

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Risk and finance departments bond over data quality

Rachel Wheeler Archive
CFOs and CROs are both beholden to external regulations mandating data consistency and can team up to comply with them.

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Medical organizations must prepare for governance

Richard Jones Archive
The recent American Health Information Management Association conference contained several important viewpoints on the care of health data.

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Companies need to plan for data quality when investing in analytics

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Many industries are eyeing big data as a better way to identify some of their biggest problems and fine-tune solutions for the issues that usually require decision makers to rely on gut instincts.

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Good data quality helping the healthcare industry identify solutions

Rachel Wheeler Archive
The United States healthcare industry is going through a number of changes. This year, the Affordable Care Act was deemed constitutional, which means healthcare providers will soon be experiencing an influx of patients that were previously uninsured.

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Deduplication can ease issues

Paul Newman Archive
Companies rise and fall on their data in the modern, increasingly digital landscape. When that information is littered with duplicate entries, the overall quality sags.

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Big data is just the right size for small businesses

Rachel Wheeler Archive
A few years ago, big data was something that only the largest organizations could tap into.

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Email marketing still a relevant force

Richard Jones Archive
While it may seem old-fashioned compared to areas like social media, email may still be the best way to hook attention online.

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EHRs named a top health IT hazard because of data quality concerns

Paul Newman Archive
The healthcare industry is emerging from an era characterized by medical charts and paper-based health records and entering into a technology-driven time in which physicians can qualify for government incentives by adopting IT tools such as electronic health records (EHRs).

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