I read a blog post recently with references to Oracle’s Marc Perlman @marcdperlman speaking about how Healthcare entities are nearing the timeframe where they can reap the benefits of implementing electronic health records. To quote Marc, “As healthcare providers look to establish enterprise data warehouses, they should begin with a specific project that hinges on this kind of data-driven approach. Once done, enterprise data warehouses become “the gift that keeps on giving,” because they can be used to spread actionable insights to other parts of the organization, as well.”
As my colleague, Lesli Adams @lesliadams writes in her blog: “A healthcare treasure map leading to a single data warehouse“, the Oracle Enterprise Health Analytics platform is a treasure trove of data. The platform combines Oracle Database, Oracle Healthcare Data Warehouse Foundation, and data modeling, integration, and analytics capabilities in an integrated stack that runs on Oracle’s highly engineered Exadata Database Machine. The result is a scalable, high-performance data warehouse that serves as a central repository for health data analysis, which can be done using the built-in tools that come with the system, Oracle Endeca Information Discovery, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, or other analytics applications that are available to run on it.
Perficient is uniquely positioned to deliver the Oracle Enterprise Health Analytics platform as well as strategic healthcare analytic roadmaps. Perficient will be at the Population Health Colloquium #pophealth, and we are looking forward to talking with you about Health Analytics and Population Health.
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