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Making Data Usable: 5 Reasons You Need a Data Warehouse

Making Data Usable: 5 Reasons You Need a Data Warehouse

Do you remember card catalogs at the library? And do you remember what it was like before card catalogs were digitized and stored in computer databases? The thrill of the hunt … the agony of coming up empty handed mere days before your paper was…

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Beyond Readmission Rates: 5 Healthcare Metrics that Can Help You Improve the Most

Beyond Readmission Rates: 5 Healthcare Metrics that Can Help You Improve the Most

No, it’s not your imagination. Keeping up with the constantly changing landscape that is the healthcare industry is a full-time job in and of itself, thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), patient consumer demands, and the current era of revolutionary tech disruption. It’s an…

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6 ways Tableau can transform the way you do business

6 ways Tableau can transform the way you do business

It’s almost like we just can’t help ourselves. As the world we live in becomes increasingly digital, with everything from smartphones to smart refrigerators, it seems like there’s not much we can do to avoid creating – and trying to collect – data. We log…

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It’s not just you: Logging in to Salesforce is tricky – here’s how to do it

It’s not just you: Logging in to Salesforce is tricky – here’s how to do it

Salesforce is one of the most versatile and powerful CRM solutions on the market today. And now that you’ve invested all that time and money into planning, setting it up, and implementing it, you’re ready to dive in each day to check on leads and…

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15 Articles That Will Convince Your C-Suite about the ROI of Healthcare Data Analytics

15 Articles That Will Convince Your C-Suite about the ROI of Healthcare Data Analytics

Is your C-suite convinced yet of the ROI of healthcare data analytics, or are they still avoiding the time and expense of innovation? It’s time for the healthcare industry to stop clinging to the past. Big Data is transforming the world we live in, and…

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5 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Software

5 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Software

You know that piece of clothing in your closet that you just can’t seem to get rid of no matter how old it gets? You’ve tried to wash out that stain a million times, you’ve added a patch or two, you’ve sewn on new buttons……

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6 Ways Modern Sales and CRM Strategies Help Hospitals Provide Better Care and Make More Money

6 Ways Modern Sales and CRM Strategies Help Hospitals Provide Better Care and Make More Money

The healthcare industry is a pressure cooker right now – stuck between higher expectations from the government and the public and constant tech disruptions (or advances, depending on how you look at that). One of the best things to come out of this healthcare industry…

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Technically Speaking, Not Having a Technical Cofounder Is Not the End of the World

Technically Speaking, Not Having a Technical Cofounder Is Not the End of the World

Photo credit: Tumisu/Pixabay So you have an idea. A great tech idea! An idea that keeps you up all night working through the who, what, where, when, and how. Sadly, you don’t know how to code, and all the developers you know are either working…

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High Tech: 5 Ways Technology Is Going to Help Legal Marijuana Businesses Grow Sales

High Tech: 5 Ways Technology Is Going to Help Legal Marijuana Businesses Grow Sales

The legal marijuana business is taking local economies by storm. Marijuana legislation has been passed in 24 states and D.C., making the drug legal in some form or another. That doesn’t mean you necessarily see the impact directly, since the laws can range from decriminalizing…

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How to Create a Corporate Wellness Program that Sticks (Instead of Stinks): Part 2

How to Create a Corporate Wellness Program that Sticks (Instead of Stinks): Part 2

The only way you can get a respectable ROI from corporate wellness programs is if your employees use it – and stick with it. Research shows corporate wellness programs translate into a reduction in healthcare costs (something most employers want). The challenge is that your…

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