Analytics and the Future of Hospice Quality Reporting

The pace of change is accelerating across all areas of health care with new and innovative technologies, mobile computing devices, potential changes from fee-for-service to bundled pay-for-performance reimbursements, changes to care delivery with accountable care organizations, and other potential regulatory changes in the very near future.

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Deploy Tactical, Affordable, Scalable Analytics

  • Source: IBM
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  • Published: December 17 2013
Self-service solutions empower business users to drive decision making. IBM analytics solutions are easy to install, configure, manage, and secure, and they scale to a broad set of users. Leaders have access to data across the business. These solutions deliver a unified experience across Web, mobile, and desktop, including solutions for reporting, analysis, predictive analytics, planning, forecasting, and regulatory reporting. Read More

Making the Business Case for Analytics in the Mid-Market

To build a strong business case for investing in analytics, mid-size companies need to overcome common barriers to adoption, and focus on value propositions that align with revenue growth and cost containment. The use cases captured in this paper demonstrate the value that organizations have realized in sales, risk management, and corporate reporting through analytics.  Read More

Time and Attendance: The Core of Managing and Measuring Your Workforce

This paper is based on data from more than 200 organizations in Brandon Hall Group’s 2014 Workforce Management Study. It reviews the evolution of time and attendance, the impact of automation and integration, and the key role that time and attendance solutions play in managing and measuring today’s workforce.

Some of the key findings include:
  • Organizations with fully automated time and attendance saw 67% greater year-over-year improvement in customer satisfaction.
  • Organizations automating time and attendance were 73% more likely to have real-time visibility and reporting on current time and attendance data.
  • Workforce analytics was cited as a top workforce management concern, by 54% of organizations, but just 32% indicate they are using workforce analytics tools regularly.
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Case Study: VITAS Innovative Hospice Care

  • Source: IBM
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VITAS Innovative Hospice Care, one of the oldest and largest hospices in the US, relied on spreadsheets to manage all its financial data and perform calculations. This was extremely time-consuming, and eventually VITAS found the multispreadsheet and multiworkbook approach unwieldy and inflexible. Learn how the care provider improved many of its financial performance management processes after implementing Cognos TM1. Read More

Predicting the Future of Predictive Analytics

SAP commissioned Loudhouse to conduct primary research among business decision-makers in U.K. and U.S. organizations to understand their attitudes to and experiences of predictive analytics, as well as a future view of usage, value, and investment. Read the results of the study in this report. Read More
 
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