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Tableau takes the pain out of healthcare provider analytics by allowing you to quickly and easily connect to all of your healthcare data, no matter the source, and visualize and explore it by dragging and dropping—no scripting required. You can finally get a holistic view of patients, identify and manage risks, and comply with newer regulations efficiently and effectively.
Join the Tableau Health Solutions Showcase on June 11 in NYC to learn how industry leaders like McKesson, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Mount Sinai, and Aetna are overcoming challenges and applying healthcare analytics to enable value based care, with measurable business value and superior patient outcomes.Register now
Tableau’s visualization and pattern-recognition capabilities have had a particularly big impact in the medical and public health communities. Learn more about how Tableau has helped organizations like Massachusetts General Hospital and Cleveland Clinic in this article by Fortune.com.
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
In the drive to improve patient and population health outcomes and efficiency, healthcare organizations are turning to data more than ever before. But the sheer diversity and volume of the data generated within even a mid-sized healthcare system can quickly become overwhelming.Watch now
Swedish Medical Center (Swedish) needed to understand and communicate physician and hospital performance across a number of areas—but traditional reporting solutions were cumbersome to implement and expensive to maintain. After implementing Tableau as its primary enterprise-wide analytics platform, the healthcare provider is driving improvements in quality care, improving patient experiences, and enjoying substantial savings through process improvements and improved efficiencies.See the Case Study
Learn how Piedmont Healthcare leveraged Tableau to become a data-driven organization and rapidly respond to changes in the market. In order to deliver insights faster, they transitioned much of what had been previously done in Excel to Tableau, enabling them to get timely data into the hands of decision-makers and replace 2,400 pages of reporting with a single dashboard.See the Case Study
The analytics team at Providence Health has embraced the 'Agile Analytics' paradigm to drive change and transformation - designing analytics solutions and dashboards collaboratively with the end-user, not for the end-user, to maximize adoption and impact care delivery. Learn how Providence Health leveraged 'Lean Start Up' methodology for analytics design and deployment, to drive continuous process improvement.Watch now
In this presentation you will learn how actionable insights are driving data driven process improvements in sedation care protocols with positive impact on pediatric patient outcomes, while reducing LOS and the risk of 30 day re-admissions for fragile patients while offering them a promise of a better quality of life.Watch now
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 Data Management interviews Jonathan Greenberg, Director of Fast Analytics at the University for Michigan Health System about the measurable value delivered by Tableau.
Learn the 7 key areas of impact to evaluate when implementing a modern approach to BI.
This guide focuses on platform evaluation and selection. It is intended for IT to use collaboratively with business users and analysts as they assess each platform’s ability to execute on the modern analytics workflow and address the diverse needs of users across the organization.