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Cleveland Clinic: Dashboards to See a Difference

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July 27, 2012 – There are perceptions of how well a health care organization is operating and then there is the reality of data presented in a manner that is easy to find and understand. Presentation is the beauty of dashboard technology for executives, according to Andrew Proctor, M.D., senior director of business intelligence in the medical operations division of Cleveland Clinic.

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