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. In an industry where seconds count, Tableau reduces the time it takes to connect to your data, visualize, analyze, and ultimately find answers.
We're dealing with patients' lives, and it's really, really important that you know what's happening at the moment that it's happening, or a little bit before. With Tableau, we've been able to generate near real-time visualizations, which provides us the data we need to better serve our patients.
Healthcare Analytics: 4 Trends to Watch in 2019
In 2019, healthcare analytics will continue to play a central role in driving innovation and value for providers, physicians, and patients.
Read this whitepaper to learn more about the key healthcare analytics trends we see for 2019:
• Actionable analytics put data in context
• Data storytelling is the new language of business
• Enterprises get smarter about analytics adoption
• Governed data curation bridges the gap between data and business
How Leading Healthcare Enterprises Drive Better Outcomes with Visual Analytics
Read this white paper to learn how leading healthcare organizations are deploying self-service visual analytics across clinical, operational, and revenue cycle management (RCM) processes and see use cases that deliver measurable value across the entire healthcare enterprise.get the whitepaper
4 Ways to Improve Healthcare Payer Operations with Data
Monitoring, measuring, and analyzing healthcare payer data can do a lot to improve operations. Read this whitepaper to learn how leading healthcare payers are increasing employee productivity, lowering costs, and enabling a risk-based approach to wellness and disease management with self-service analytics.get the whitepaper
Watch the Pfizer keynote from Tableau Conference
Debbie Reynolds, VP of Data and Analytic Innovation at Pfizer, joined Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky on stage at Tableau Conference to discuss how Pfizer leverages Tableau to help share hidden insights and encourage collaboration across multiple teams while improving internal analytics capabilities. This has helped drive impact—including the development of models to improve patient identification and diagnosis and to identify ways to have faster, better clinical trials that result in break-through advancements against diseases.watch now
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