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How to implement predictive analytics into your healthcare organization [ebook]

Gibson Toombs
April 9th, 2021

Predictive analytics is becoming increasingly popular—if not essential—among healthcare organizations today. It involves using statistical techniques to predict the likelihood of future events in order to make smarter decisions in the present moment. 

The healthcare industry’s digital transformation is producing endless amounts of data, which can now be accessed, shared, and analyzed with just a few clicks. This opens the door for many opportunities to revolutionize the way healthcare providers operate and deliver care. 

Doctors, dentists, psychiatrists, pharmacists, insurance providers, and other health professionals leverage data—from both public and private resources—to improve patient care, keep customers satisfied, and streamline internal processes. 

Proper implementation of data mining software, machine learning tools, deep learning algorithms, and other predictive analytics solutions can not only save lives, but also reduce operational costs and increase your organization’s scalability. 

The possibilities for this kind of technology are vast. Radiologists use it to discover abnormalities in X-rays, oncologists use it to detect early signs of cancer, hospital administrators use it to reduce the likelihood of unplanned readmissions, and so on. 

Integrating effective data leveraging practices into your healthcare organization demands thorough planning, cutting-edge technology, and a team of analytics experts. That’s where Codal comes in. With over a decade of experience transforming healthcare organizations via elegant digital solutions, our team can help you maximize the potential of public and private healthcare information.

In the meantime, if you’re interested in learning more about the role predictive analytics plays in the healthcare industry today, download our free eBook today!

Gibson Toombs

Gibson Toombs

Gibson Toombs is a Technical Content Writer at Codal. His writing career began in 2015 after graduating from the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. Since then, he has worked on many projects, covering a wide range of technical topics, from solar energy to cybersecurity. When he’s not taking complex ideas and turning them into easily-digestible pieces of content, Gibson can be found playing guitar and writing songs at his apartment in Chicago.


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