Improve clinical, operational and financial performance

healthcare-analyticsThe United States spends more on health care than any other country in the world, at an estimated 17.7 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2013. U.S. health care spending is outperforming revenue as a percentage of GDP, and is projected to grow by an average of 4.9 percent a year in 2014-18, to 17.9 percent of GDP by 2018. Continue reading “Improve clinical, operational and financial performance” »

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Dashboards that fuel future growth for a leading pharmaceutical firm

analyticsThe pharmaceutical industry is one of the fastest-changing industries in the world today, and state-of-the-art pharma analytics tools can help you make the right decisions. Some of the most innovative, forward-thinking pharmaceutical companies in the world are using Tableau for pharmaceutical analytics, streamlining how they research, market and sell promising drugs. They’re also using Tableau to monitor and improve health outcomes for their patients. Continue reading “Dashboards that fuel future growth for a leading pharmaceutical firm” »

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Healthcare and Life Science companies leveraging Cloud Computing

cloudHow cloud computing will transform the life sciences industry

Companies are trying to quickly and cost effectively bring to market new products with proven patient outcomes targeted at specific disease areas- and, at the same time, to balance the global expansion demands in emerging markets. The net result is pressure to: Continue reading “Healthcare and Life Science companies leveraging Cloud Computing” »

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Flexible applications can bridge the gap between payers, providers and patients in the new healthcare economy.

Healthcare Provider, Healthcare PayerThe global healthcare industry is experiencing transformation due to the new regulatory laws and it is moving towards value based business. With growing demands of patients to improve quality of care and increased value, healthcare CIOs are under pressure to deliver better outcomes. Continue reading “Flexible applications can bridge the gap between payers, providers and patients in the new healthcare economy.” »

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