Burke, Jason, 1969-
Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 
|ISBN:||9781118733950 1118733959 9781118734278 1118734270 9781118734100 1118734106 9781118734896 1118734890|
|描述：||1 online resource.|
|内容：||Health Analytics: Gaining the Insights to Transform Health Care; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: A Changing Business for a Changing Science; The Gathering; How Can Medicine Become Smarter?; Complexity Exceeding Cognition; Learning from Other Industries; Nancy; Characterizing Health Analytics; The Gathering Revisited; Chapter 2: Convergence and the Capability Map; Nice Job, But . . .; Fifty Flashlights; Convergence Defined; Is Convergence Really Required?; The Rush to Health It; The Capability Map; Putting the Capability Map to Use; Health Analytics as a Discipline. NotesChapter 3: The Four Enterprise Disciplines of Health Analytics; Heresy; Health Analytics for the Nonanalytical; Information Management; Statistics; Information Delivery; High-Performance Computing; Maturation and Scale; Enterprise-Class Analytics: Putting it All Together; Chapter 4: Dealing with Data; Callimachus; Not a Drop to Drink; Defining Data; Big Data; Growth in Data Provisioning; The Excuses Every Leader Needs to Know; Building for Tomorrow; Conclusion; Chapter 5: BEST Care, First Time, Every Time; Medicine: Art, Science, or Both?; Leveraging Evidence to Deliver Improved Outcomes. What are Clinical Outcomes?Supplementing the Unaided Human Mind; Health Care's Dark Fiber; Identifying Hidden Patterns; Chapter 6: Financial Performance and Reimbursement; Goals; Structures and Models; Many Names, Common Attributes; What is Needed; Surviving and Thriving; Chapter 7: Health Outcomes Analysis; No Leeches Necessary; Orientation; The Big Seven + One; Timing is Everything; Groupers; The Population-Patient Pivot; Patients Like this One; One Model, Many Beneficiaries; The Role of Rules Engines; Challenges in Health Outcomes Analytics; Health Outcomes Analytics in Practice. The Marvelous LeechNote; Chapter 8: Health Value and Cost; An Asymmetrical Industry; Kaplan and Porter's Stand; The Elusive Health Value; Dissecting Value; Linking Costs to Risk; Value Innovation; Note; Chapter 9: The New Behavioral Health; Dangerous Portals; The Health-Mindedness Gene Experiment; Engel's Model; The New Evolving Science of Behavioral Health; What You Are; What You Experience; What You Do; What You Believe; Influencing Change; Putting Into Practice; Outcomes; Notes; Chapter 10: Customer Insights; The Consumerized Patient; Will the Real Customer Please Stand Up? What Are Customer Analytics?A Framework of Customer Analytics; Sharing Insights; Adherence; Beyond Commercial; Chapter 11: Risk Management; Risky Business; Why Are Risks So Hard?; Recharacterizing Risk Factors; The Example of Customer Segmentation; Risk Interdependencies; Everybody in the Pool; The Catch; Risk Adjustment; Borrowing from Other Industries; Growing Risks; Chapter 12: Quality and Safety; Defining Quality; Not Your Father's Toyota; On Track; Avoiding the Obvious; We Just Have to Do This; The Growing Inventory; Strategy and Performance Management; Transparency and Benchmarking.|
|叢書名：||Wiley and SAS business series.|
A hands-on, analytics road map for health industry leaders The industry-wide transformation taking place across the health and life sciences ecosystem is mandating that organizations adopt new decision-making capabilities, based on science and real-world information.
- Health services administration -- Decision making -- Mathematical models.
- Health facilities -- Business management.
- Medical care -- Information technology -- Management.
- Medical informatics -- Management.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Decision-Making & Problem Solving
- Decision Making.
- Health Facility Administration -- methods.
- Health Services Administration.
- Medical Informatics -- organization & administration.
- Organizational Innovation.