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When times are tough and budgets tight, healthcare organizations of all sizes need to use their resources wisely and produce value quickly. For healthcare teams, business intelligence innovation and key insights can yield significant value in both the short and long-term.
With data visualization as the critical function of business intelligence, hospitals gain quick insights for fast-changing environments.
This easily enables hospitals to:
Read this whitepaper to learn how hospitals are using data visualization and business intelligence to capitalize on labor productivity tools and make their resources count.
Excerpt: Since deploying business intelligence dashboards, Barnes-Jewish Hospital has reduced both over and under-staffing by a third, says Dr. Linh Dye, Patient Care Services Special Projects Manager. “Before, we didn’t have information to react to,” Dye says. “Now we can take action right away.”
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