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An Unexpected Experience

By Janiece Gray / May 25, 2016

It was an eventful night. What was supposed to be a straightforward two-hour flight from Nashville to Minneapolis turned into…

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Neglected things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Conclusion

By Kevin Campbell / May 13, 2016

Looking back over this blog series, originally titled “5 Oft-Neglected Things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More…Oft” before being “edited”, I…

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Neglected things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Regular Check-Ups

By Kevin Campbell / April 27, 2016

We’ve covered a lot of topics in this series, and they are all meant to serve as reminders of important…

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Neglected things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Share the Load

By Kevin Campbell / March 23, 2016

To warn you, if the last blog post made you uncomfortable, this one is going to make you downright cranky.…

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Neglected things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Pull Back the Curtain

By Kevin Campbell / March 2, 2016

Last time, I talked about why Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) and Business Intelligence (BI) teams should be very interested in…

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Neglected things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Marketing

By Kevin Campbell / February 11, 2016

In the last post, we introduced the problem of healthcare provider organizations who have sophisticated business intelligence tools and forays…

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Neglected things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Mastering the Basics

By Kevin Campbell / January 27, 2016

When it comes to business intelligence and analytics in healthcare, it seems to me that there is a significant divide…

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Neglected Things EDW/BI Teams Should Do More Often – Intro

By Kevin Campbell / January 13, 2016

I recently had the fortune of taking a wonderful road trip with the family, but I also had the misfortune…

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Why BI Development Should Reside in the Business and Not in IT – Continued

By Jennifer Schugel / December 17, 2015

Last time, I talked about common objections to moving BI development out of IT. In this blog, I’ll give some…

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Why BI Development Should Reside in the Business and Not in IT

By Jennifer Schugel / December 2, 2015

With the rapid increase in reporting requirements from the likes of CMS and state organizations, along with the increase in…

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Your Complete Guide to ED-CAHPS

By Janiece Gray / October 28, 2015

ED-CAHPS will soon be a reality. DTA has teamed up with MyRounding to create this brand new eBook to answer…

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Improving Communication: The Path to Performance

By Janiece Gray / October 14, 2015

“The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, Janiece!” My mother said this to me frequently as I…

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Improving Communication: The Puke or Shoot Continuum

By Janiece Gray / September 30, 2015

No one likes to be sick and let’s face it… puking is the worst. Second to that I guess, is…

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Improving Communication: A Word (or two) about Coaching

By Janiece Gray / September 16, 2015

What is a coach? Someone who supports you, someone who challenges you, someone who helps you improve? This picture was…

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Improving Communication: Key Strategies

By Janiece Gray / September 2, 2015

In the last blog I discussed the importance of paying attention to the basics and how that impacts physician communication…

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Improving Communication: Pay Attention to the Basics

By Janiece Gray / August 17, 2015

What do you notice about this bowl of M&Ms? It’s colorful, yes. Lots of primary colors, yes. Someone’s been eating…

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Launching a Bold Strategy?

By / July 22, 2015

We have all been there – bold strategic aspirations, full day planning events, strategy departments churning out brilliant visuals and…

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It Takes a Village: Closing Thoughts

By Kevin Campbell / June 17, 2015

In the previous post, we talked about how you can in a sense “crowdsource” the development of your enterprise data…

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