Balancing Costs, Efficiency, and Patient Care: Analytics in an Era of Health Care Reform

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Business analytics can help hospitals assess initiatives, evaluate risk, and produce the actionable managerial reports and dashboards that executives, financial budget managers, and departmental managers need to make better decisions. This white paper outlines the best practices needed to streamline the planning cycle, increase operational efficiency, and empower staff to make better decisions. Download now.

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