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Health Care Classroom: BI and Data Analytics in a Health Care Setting


Clinical data analytics and business intelligence applications are increasingly important to hospitals, as they expect to increase spending in upcoming years on new tools for supply chain management, health information exchange, predictive disease analysis and quality reporting.

This interactive classroom looks at how these tools can be used in a health care setting for clinical, financial and administrative purposes.

Lesson #1: Using BI for Quality Reporting

Lesson #2: Using Business Intelligence to Spot Care Trends, Improve Efficiency

Lesson #3: Applying BI in a Care Setting


Reda Chouffani VP of Development, Biz Technology Solutions

In the last 11 years, Reda has focused on helping healthcare institutions from small to large, and with diverse specialties increase efficiency through technology. He has spent several years helping medical practices with office workflow and supporting a multitude of Practice Management (PMS), and Electronic Health Records (EMR/EHR) software products. In the last year, he has spoken at a number of healthcare conventions and front of medical groups sharing his vision and strategy on how to lower operational cost, enhance patient care and increase revenue using technology.

Laura Madsen Practice Leader, Lancet Software

Laura is exceptional at helping small to mid-sized companies understand the value of their data. With a master’s degree in Applied Psychology, an applied research degree, deep training in finding value in existing data, ten-plus years of experience in establishing Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Warehousing programs for the healthcare environment, Laura is a distinguished blend of professionalism and personality. Throughout her vast experience, she has started and supported dozens of BI Initiatives and has worked with over 50 health plans nationwide.

23 May 2012
22 May 2012
Virtual Seminar

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