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Business Intelligence and IT in Healthcare

November 14, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Express Healthcare

Healthcare, one of India’s largest sectors, in terms of revenue and employment, is expanding rapidly. A key growth driver in the healthcare sector is India’s booming population. However, India’s healthcare infrastructure is not equipped to serve the growing demands of the industry. The number of health facilities (though growing rapidly) is still inadequate. Hence, the industry has turned its spotlight on developing the infrastructure while also looking at increasing the efficiency and quality.

Today, healthcare providers (clinicians and healthcare administrators) are faced with the challenge of providing world-class patient care while keeping it cost effective. In such a challenging environment, it is important to gain analytical depth and insight into various clinical, operational, financial aspects of the healthcare structure to provide quality care at affordable prices.

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DATA and ANALYTICS , HEALTH IT

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