By Monica E. Oss Maybe it’s bad timing to talk about the power of data and predictive analytics this week, when some number crunchers are getting a bad rap (see The Polling Crisis Is a Catastrophe for American Democracy). But the importance of performance data in decisionmaking continues to grow for health and human service executives. Strategy development, identifying market opportunities, integrated care models, mergers, integration implementation, and improving service value are all more and more dependent on having data for decisionmaking (see Right Now, Experience Alone Is Not Enough For Decisionmaking). The process of moving an organization to data-driven decisionmaking is built on four…
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