In last week’s post, Lisa English described the growing importance of healthcare analytics in dealing with large-scale initiatives like population health. She also outlined the important role analytics can play in solving the day-to-day problems of monitoring risk areas, supporting continuous risk assessment, and complementing limited compliance resources that organizations face every day.
In spite of the increased reliance on analytics, Lisa stressed that there is still much we need to learn. She outlined four things about analytics that might surprise you. Here are four more considerations surrounding analytics that you may not have realized.