A Data-Driven Approach: Improving Outcomes and Financial Performance

This white paper discusses ways of using a patient data superset strategy of expanded medical data accuracy, comprehensiveness, granularity, and accessibility to drive real improvements in patient care management, use, and financial performance.
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