33% of Healthcare Organizations Don't Use Business Intelligence Tools

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Healthcare organizations stand to reap many benefits from business intelligence tools such as more efficient and cost-effective operations, IT investment preservation and improvements to quality of care, patient satisfaction and labor costs; yet, only 33 percent of healthcare organizations are using business intelligence, according to an infographic from Information Builders.

IB Election-InfographicGenerally, healthcare organizations seek the following functions from business intelligence products:

• Enterprise analytics
• Predictive analytics
• Accountable care organization analytics
• Healthcare integration/data warehousing
• Population health

However, only 50 percent of healthcare organizations are using one business intelligence tool. As mentioned earlier, 33 percent of organizations are not using business intelligence tools at all. Only 17 percent of healthcare organizations are using multiple business intelligence tools.

According to the infographic, business intelligence gives healthcare clinicians, staff and administrators access to data they need to make better decisions for patients, staff and the organization as a whole.

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