Category: Analytics

Insight Paper 10.16.2013


The word analytics conjures up many perspectives as the hyperbole around “big data” and the opportunities for unprecedented insights into human behavior continues to gather momentum. While it is true that analytic techniques, and the supporting computational power of machines, continue to improve
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Insight Paper 8.30.2013

Adjusting to Risk Adjustment

Healthcare analytics have been conducted for decades in independent silos: actuaries, medical researchers, payers, regulators, pharmaceutical and device companies, and providers. This has resulted in a multiplication of George Bernard Shaw’s observation that “the United States and Great Britain
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