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Perioperative Analytics: Exploratory Data Analysis in the OR (Part 4 of 4)

I am now entering the final phase of this blog series, in which I am delving into the analytics of knee replacements at one hospital. You can access the first three posts in this series here: part 1, part 2, part 3. The Seven Bridges of Königsberg to the Rescue Leonard Euler’s 1736 paper on…

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Perioperative Analytics: Exploratory Data Analysis in the OR (Part 3 of 4)

After having painstakingly gone through all the legal, procedural, and data engineering pain points that I described earlier, I now have in my possession a data set from a hospital system that I can eagerly sink my exploratory analytics teeth into. The data, which is now ingested, formatted, prepared, cleansed, combined, scaled, and loaded in…

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Perioperative Analytics: Exploratory Data Analysis in the OR (Part 2 of 4)

In part 1 of this four-part blog series, I invited you, the reader, to join me on a data-driven journey: Exploratory Analysis and Discovery in the OR. The goal was to discover whether there were any business process insights that may be leveraged from the hospital supply chain at the point of use. I also…

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Perioperative Analytics: Exploratory Data Analysis in the OR (Part 1 of 4)

The vast swathes of data being collected in modern health systems suggest that perioperative analytics (or OR analytics) are at the ready. The truth is that extracting meaningful information from all those data points takes some coordination and a little exploration. Let's take a look at the exploratory data analysis that underscores analytics, and the different 'flavors' of perioperative analytics, from descriptive and diagnostic to predictive and prescriptive.

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Supply Chain and Finance: Shared Metrics Drive Business Success

In the January-March 2018 issue of APICS magazine, APICS CEO Abe Eshkenazi contends that if supply chain leaders bring business success then that makes them business leaders. Mr. Eshkenazi goes on to state “organizations that consider their supply chains as strategic and competitive assets outperform the market”.

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Analytics, Business Intelligence, Demand Planning and Forecasting, Posts, Supply Chain

How Do You Feel About Predictive Analytics?

I just read a blog post entitled How do you feel when someone mentions predictive analytics? Well, I feel like it’s a good thing. How about you?

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