Data mining can yield treasures for RM

December 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Dec2009, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p138
Health care providers are finding that the data they already possess can be a treasure trove of information. Using that information properly can help improve your risk management efforts. ∎ Most health providers already have extensive data available for analysis. ∎ One provider slashed workers' comp costs through data mining. ∎ Data analysis requires first identifying your risks, then searching for metrics that lead to a solution.


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