Analytics for providers and payers
Healthcare data has the potential to reduce costs, enhance quality, and improve the patient experience. The challenge is how to get from information to insight to action. Tableau empowers everyone in a given healthcare organization to find the right path forward. See how Tableau empowers the healthcare industry through advanced healthcare analytics.
Tableau's ability to democratize data securely across an organization means more people can see the data, and find more answers to more questions. The simple drag and drop interface makes it easy to use—no writing code and no middle-man needed. And data governance capabilities help make sure that healthcare professionals are using trusted, verified datasets.
Data visualizations made in Tableau are intuitive to read and understand. This results in more healthcare data discoveries as well as faster and more shareable insights. In an industry where seconds count, Tableau reduces the time it takes to connect to your data, visualize, analyze, and ultimately find answers.
5 Trends in Healthcare Analytics for 2018
It will be no surprise that 2018 reveals a pent up demand for better healthcare IT, and analytics that drive higher efficiencies. Each year at Tableau, we start a conversation about the data movement and new analytics trends in each industry. Here are our predictions for the trends in healthcare analytics that will add value for healthcare providers, physicians, and patients this year.get the 2018 trends
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