One point of data means nothing if it can’t be compared to a benchmark. This post includes some important health statistics and facts to remember as you begin planning for 2017.
With the proliferation of biomedical research “megaprojects,” we are collecting massive amounts of data that present a challenge to the scientists who seek to make sense of and harness that data.
As instructors, one of the most common questions we receive about data analytics is, “How do I get started with data analytics?”
On Monday, October 17 at AHIMA’s Annual Convention and Exhibit, Dilhari R. DeAlmeida, PhD, RHIA, and Suzanne Paone, MBA, DHA, RHIA, will deliver their presentation, “Transforming HIM Education to Align with Data Analytics Practice.”
To understand the language of data analytics we might just need to spend some extra time in the library. Here are some oldies—but goodies—that every analyst should know.