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August 04, 2020

AI is changing the way most industries gather insights, drive change and deliver value.

Michael C. W. Caesar, Zaki Hakim and Terra Ierasts share an operating model for insight and change in healthcare comprising six key components:

  1. analytics technology and operations,
  2. data governance,
  3. change and automation,
  4. advanced analytics and insights,
  5. analytics literacy and strategy and,
  6. relationship management.

Connecting Data to Value: An Operating Model for Healthcare Advanced Analytics

 

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