Case study: how to apply data mining techniques in a healthcare data warehouse.

@article{Silver2001CaseSH,
  title={Case study: how to apply data mining techniques in a healthcare data warehouse.},
  author={Michael R. Silver and Toshio Sakata and H. C. Su and Connie Cicero Herman and Steven B. Dolins and Melissa O'Shea},
  journal={Journal of healthcare information management : JHIM},
  year={2001},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={
          155-64
        }
}
Healthcare provider organizations are faced with a rising number of financial pressures. Both administrators and physicians need help analyzing large numbers of clinical and financial data when making decisions. To assist them, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center and Hitachi America, Ltd. (HAL), Inc., have partnered to build an enterprise data warehouse and perform a series of case study analyses. This article focuses on one analysis, which was performed by a team of physicians and… CONTINUE READING

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