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The early designs of enterprise database warehouse (EDW) systems, and traditional methods of extrapolating information from them have become outdated in many cases. One of the common problems experienced among healthcare organizations is the lack of just-in-time ways to meet needs and access newly entered information. Healthcare information technology (IT) veterans combined ideas and expertise to devise new data warehouse architecture that is trademarked.


The goals of this late-binding data warehouse is to improve healthcare analytics in order to drive change in all aspects of service delivery. Improving and sustaining better financial, clinical, and patient experience outcomes is a long-term process that requires investment and client participation. The company is looking to partner with healthcare facilities over the course of three to five years. On average clients realize double the amount of measurable outcomes for the total amount spent on the warehouse and the process.

Included in the Product

Advanced tools for analytics in healthcare are built right into the database systems and warehouse. These tools, along with the health analytics skills of the current analysts in the healthcare organization, will connect unique components of different databases to produce better information. Clear identification of areas where changes need to be implemented is the result of this combination of new warehouse and innovative tools and services. Priorities become evident and objectives are more meaningful to the specific needs of the hospital or other medical facility.

As data quality governance is being installed, training services are offered for IT professionals, end users, administrators, and the governance committee for the data. This ensures all involved will get the maximum benefit from the late-binding data warehouse. The latest information regarding data governance best practices and how they apply to the new warehouse, for example, is covered by trainers to keep the committee up-to-date.

Driving Change

Healthcare organizations are facing difficult challenges today. data governance standards is aging, which means higher medical costs. Obesity is causing increased cases of patients with high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, poor circulation, and other conditions that require ongoing treatment. There is master data management software of qualified nurses nationwide.

Insurance companies are covering less and less care costs, many patients have no insurance, and there is mounting pressure to cut costs within organizations. It is no mystery why an outdated database warehouse system is not meeting needs. A new system will be a driving force for change and help tackle new challenges. If implemented improvements are falling short of desired outcomes, it is time to take action.

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