Matthew Felzke
Data Warehousing for Healthcare Companies using Sage 100

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This article will explore the benefits of a data warehouse for Healthcare organizations using Sage 100.

All organizations rely on data to identify and meet goals, with plans for growth and development budgeted.  Data warehousing is a powerful option to structure and enrich business intelligence (BI) and corporate performance management (CPM) analytics.  A data warehouse (DW), by definition, is a multi-dimensional database that can house a significant amount of information, deriving from an assortment of sources within an organization, used to make good management decisions.  Your information in DWs can be used in reporting, routine budgeting and forecasting, and dashboards – or big picture performance data questions.  A DW organizes by subject, focusing interactions through topics, like financials, patients, services, or clinics.  If you’re a Healthcare organization using Sage 100, this article will highlight the impact of a DW for your team.

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Solver at Business Intelligence & Analytics for Healthcare Conference & Exhibition, July 11-12, 2011

See us at the Business Intelligence & Analytics for Healthcare Conference & Exhibition, July 11-12, 2011, San Diego, CA.

Solver and InterDyn Remington will show how to use the BI360 software suite to manage data to drive quality, financial performance & accountable care.

An increasing number of healthcare provider and payer organizations are looking to business intelligence and analytics technologies to deal with the challenges of health reform, including meeting Meaningful Use requirements and creating sustainable accountable care organizations (ACOs). This Conference, which builds on our groundbreaking event in 2007, focuses on innovative applications of business intelligence and analytics, data mining, data warehousing, data integration and decision support to facilitate quality measurement and reporting and pay for performance initiatives, improve clinical outcomes, increase efficiency, reduce costs, increase revenues, deal more effectively with government regulation, increase patient satisfaction, enhance organizational agility and promote greater transparency and organizational information sharing by dismantling the silos of data typically found within healthcare organizations.

Providers and payers will face an avalanche of data in the coming years. This conference will provide detailed and practical instruction on how to effectively manage and use this data to provide the right information at the right time to the right people for optimal decision-making.