Understanding business intelligence in the context of healthcare

  title={Understanding business intelligence in the context of healthcare},
  author={Tobias Mettler and V. Vimarlund},
  journal={Health Informatics Journal},
  pages={254 - 264}
  • Tobias Mettler, V. Vimarlund
  • Published 2009
  • Business, Computer Science, Medicine
  • Health Informatics Journal
  • In today’s fast changing healthcare sector, decision makers are facing a growing demand for both clinical and administrative information in order to comply with legal and customer-specific requirements. The use of business intelligence (BI) is seen as a possible solution to this actual challenge. As the existing research about BI is primarily focused on the industrial sector, it is the aim of this contribution to translate and adapt the current findings for the healthcare context. For this… CONTINUE READING
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