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So, How Was HIMSS? A Post-Show Report

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Jeremy Ballanco | maart 08, 2013

More than 40,000 people descended on New Orleans this week for HIMSS 2013, a conference and exposition dedicated to healthcare IT.  New Orleans was in for a good time!  Information Builders was there in force excited to introduce our new Omni-Patient application and other information...

Clinton on US Healthcare at HIMSS 2013: "We Can Fix It"

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Dan Carotenuto | maart 07, 2013

  Former president Bill Clinton’s HIMSS 2013 keynote speech in New Orleans further raised awareness of the value of healthcare information technology (IT).  He talked about the "potential of information technology to improve healthcare delivery" and "the role that information technology...

Understanding and Maximizing Information Capital

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Jake Freivald | maart 01, 2013

We're often told that information is one of our greatest assets, but it's tough to get organizations to rally around treating it that way. We pay very close attention to financial capital and have means of managing it. We have developed policies around human capital management to help us tap into...

On the Road with 5 Hot Trends

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Terri White | februari 22, 2013

Marketers like me tend to throw around the word “transformative” a lot. Admittedly sometimes it’s hyperbole, but other times it doesn’t seem quite epic enough!  Take the tech industry right now for example. There are mega forces at play that will TRANSFORM how we live and work: How businesses...

Harnessing Healthcare Chaos with BI

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Kathleen Moran | februari 20, 2013

If you missed Alan Eisman, Director of Healthcare Solutions for Information Builders, speaking at the recent Accountable Care & Health IT Strategies Summit you’re in luck—we’ve got a great video of his presentation here. In his talk, “Enabling the Transition from Fragmented to Integrated...

Algorithmic Romance? Happy Valentine’s Day from IB!

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Rado Kotorov | februari 14, 2013

Today’s Wall Street Journal featured an interesting interview with Dan Slater, author of the new book “Love in the Time of Algorithms.” As I read it a few thoughts came to mind about how this science is being applied in the online dating industry—and how it could be augmented to makes sites more...

Gartner's Magic Quadrant for BI and Analytics

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Jake Freivald | februari 07, 2013

Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms is here. Well, sort of -- it has been renamed the "Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms." Go ahead and grab it from that link. I'll wait for you.... All right, let's quickly note a couple of interesting tidbits...

The Disadvantages of Big Data

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Rado Kotorov | januari 30, 2013

In the world of business we tend to be hesitant when it comes to anything “big.” A big idea in business could produce a great success, but it could also lead to great failure, which could be detrimental to a company’s health in numerous ways. For this reason, “big” often gives us a pause. Remember...

What politics and retail have in common?

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Rado Kotorov | januari 13, 2013

In politics, as in retail, it’s all about knowing the customer. The winners in tight political races know the minutest details about their target audience and are able to execute microtargeted campaigns based on this knowledge. In this vein, the 2012 post-election buzz is all about how Obama’s team...

The Sixth Day of Jargon: Cloud Computing

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Jake Freivald | december 18, 2012

Our Twelve Days of Jargon continue with day six: Cloud Computing.   Santa's job is making and deploying toys, not applications. So, like many enterprises, he needs to get more productivity out of a smallish staff. (And before I get nasty letters about “smallish staff”: I only mean that they're...