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Teradata Unified Data Architecture
Leverage All Your Data
Turning data into profit with Teradata Unified Data Architecture
Initiate a data and analytics-driven environment to move ahead of the competition,
while more effectively providing the Triple Aim of Healthcare: Enhancing the Patient
Care Experience; Improving the Health of Populations; and Reducing the per Capita
Cost of Healthcare.
By effortlessly unlocking the potential within diverse data sources, Teradata empowers
healthcare systems and insurers to realize significant value; including: high quality,
low cost care coordination, more precise consumer engagement to drive wellness and
growth, integrated finance performance management and improved population health.
Creating a Data-Driven Advantage
Sending timely and personalized communications using a member or patient-preferred
channel can result in more cost-effective and impactful marketing campaigns. Advanced
analytics provide the ability to leverage customer insights to know when a clinical
outreach or marketing campaign will affect behavior change and the most effective
channel to utilize.
Future Depends on Data-Driven Insights to Individual Behavior
Population health management is a key to healthcare reform: defining the population;
identifying care gaps and stratifying risks; directly engaging patients, managing
care; and then measuring all those outcomes. Data-driven technology and automation
make population health management more feasible, scalable and most importantly,
Capturing and integrating detailed data to support all forms of quality measures,
operational reporting, predictive modeling, forecasting, statistical analysis, and
financial planning is more critical than ever. The Teradata®
Healthcare Data Model (HCDM) provides the blueprint for data integration,
supporting the resulting requirements of increased data flow, cross-functional coverage,
and a single view of the business.
New data sources coupled with predictive analytics can transform processes that
advance patient care and improve patient/member experiences while minimizing cost.
Benefits include: predicting consumer complaints; understanding root causes of longer
lengths of stay; predicting path to purchase, predicting re-admissions; and predicting
on-set of surgery or disease.
Incorporate general ledger data with clinical detail and business cost accounting
data via one, central hub for accounting. The result is a better understanding of
operational/departmental profitability segmented by patient/coverage type, as well
as optimization of the supply chain to reduce inventory and improve performance.
Financial Management Risk and Compliance for Health Plans
Creating a Data-Driven Advantage in Healthcare
Creating a Data-Driven Advantage in Life Sciences
April 12-16, 2015 Chicago, IL
Visit Teradata - Booths #4891 and #5484
April 21-23, 2015 Boston, MA
Visit Teradata - Booth #450
Contact us for insights into your healthcare business and data management needs.