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In this age of accountable care, there are increasing demands for data for reporting and reimbursement purposes. Since healthcare providers are often structured around clinical departments, much of the data pertinent to accountable care may be managed/stored within departmental systems.

In this age of accountable care, there are increasing demands for data for reporting and reimbursement purposes. Since healthcare providers are often structured around clinical departments, much of the data pertinent to accountable care may be managed/stored within departmental systems.

This is giving rise to data mining and data warehousing as a means for capturing relevant data. Maybe it is other priorities, but am I wrong in that there doesn’t seem to be much urgency for building such business intelligence (BI) capability in healthcare organizations?

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