- Karin Ratchinsky 2023/01/18Healthcare organizations that invest in supply chain analytics programs see improved productivity, agility, cost reduction, and are better equipped to navigate disruption and cost constrained environments. Here are 4 supply chain strategies that balance analytics excellence and resiliency for optimized healthcare delivery.
- Tableau CloudSheng Zhou 2022/12/05Tableau Cloud is now HIPAA compliant, with capabilities for health care organizations to use Tableau with improved data security measures and privacy compliance needs as part of the U.S. health care law.
- Jess Lella 2022/03/22Learn how Tableau can be leveraged in a wide range of use cases to help global health organizations reduce costs and operate at maximum efficiency.
- Data SkillsSue Kraemer 2022/01/27Sue Kraemer, Senior Data Skills Curriculum Strategy Manager, rcreated a health and healthcare data visualization course for Tableau Academic Programs. Sue sat down with Kathy Rowell to discuss data skills in the healthcare industry and why it’s important in the classroom.
- DataTakashi Binns 2019/10/18
The purpose of the Healthcare Analytics Hub Starter Kit is to provide a sample of what your healthcare app could look like. It’s not a complete solution; instead, it’s focused on what’s possible. Please contact your Tableau Account Manager to get started today!
- Andy De 2017/02/15
As healthcare providers adopt new practices to align with the value-based care paradigm and enterprise business objectives alike, they are critically challenged with implementing repeatable processes to improve supply chain efficiency, revenue cycle management, and clinical productivity. Here are four ways data is improving healthcare operations.
- Morgan Wierleski 2014/07/21
Changes in the delivery of healthcare continues to be a leading subject throughout the country. A few Healthcare organizations are using innovative tools, such as Tableau Software, to better understand and react in order to improve healthcare outcomes. Improvement in health outcomes is based on providing better quality care at a reduced cost while still maintaining profitable operations in order to keep hospital and clinic doors open.There are multiple ways that healthcare organizations approach this – sometimes by reducing a patient’s length of stay. However, this can lead to a patient needing to be re-admitted for an unresolved medical issue. Are the long term costs of such an approach more costly than the short-term gains?
Today’s guest blogger is Slalom Consulting, who is just as excited to be at the Gartner BI Summit in Las Vegas next week as we are. Will you be there too? Then don’t forget to stop by booth #217 to talk data with Tableau, or check out Slalom Consulting at booth #115.
- I recently had to opportunity to speak with a new Tableau customer who works at a healthcare company with about 22,000 employees. They had a simple problem: they needed to gain insights from their Oracle database, but they also had a strong need to enhance that data with Excel based documents.