Definition: Bring together data from single or multiple disparate data sets into an overall conclusion and judgment, often around complex problems. Example: Connect consumer spending data with patient volumes to inform planning.
Relates to: Generate Data-Driven Insight
SKILL DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
Applying Causal Inference Methods to Improve Identification of Health and Healthcare Disparities
Healthcare Data Integration: The Foundation for Population Health
Improving Data Collection across the Health Care System
COURSE, WORKSHOP, OR SEMINAR
Tools to support this skill may include:
Actuarial Data: The Value of Actuarial Analysis in Clinically Integrated Organizations Analytics in Healthcare
Claims Data: Can Claims Data Crack The Health Care Cost Riddle?
Claims Data: Haunted by the Past: The Legacy of Claims Data Continues
Social Media Data: Mining the Social Web: Data Mining Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, GitHub, and More, 2nd Edition
Social Media Data: Social Media "Likes" Healthcare: From Marketing to Social Business
Demographic Data: Big Data Analytics for Healthcare
Demographic Data: Know What Your Customers Want Before They Do