On-demand webinar

Provide actionable insight quickly with the Healthcare Analytics Hub Starter Kit

Physicians and nurses are knowledge workers and need access to data. Because they spend most of the day on foot, it is crucial to make the few minutes dedicated to analysis as frictionless as possible. For them, and other users, one solution is a simple healthcare analytics hub, allowing for faster access to content with no prior training or experience.

See how our starter kit provides a sample of what your healthcare app could look like, in order to provide valuable insight at the level of care.

In this session, learn how this starter kit aims to provide you with:

  • Sample of what a customized analytics app could look like
  • How Tableau can be embedded into any web app
  • How to integrate Tableau into 3rd party solutions, using our REST APIs

About the speakers


Takashi Binns

Partner Engineer at Tableau

With 10 years of experience in the business intelligence space, Takashi has developed customer solutions using a variety of software packages and toolsets. He spent his first 4 years as a solution consultant, where his focus was on custom solution implementations. The last 6 years has been helping customers understand how to use different software packages, and decide which ones to use for certain projects. These roles had a particular focus on custom development, integrations, security, and software architecture. Takashi received his Master of Science in Software Engineering from Villanova University.


Barry P. Chaiken, MD

Clinical Lead, Healthcare, Tableau

Barry Chaiken, MD, MPH, is the clinical lead at Tableau Healthcare and has more than 25 years of experience in medical research, epidemiology, clinical information technology, and analytics. He is board-certified in general preventive medicine and public health and is a fellow and former board member and chair of HIMSS. As the founder of DocsNetwork Ltd., Chaiken worked on quality improvement studies, health IT clinical transformation projects, and clinical investigations for the National Institutes of Health, UK National Health Service, and Boston University Medical School.

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