Catholic Health Initiatives makes no small plans, because it really can’t—the Englewood, Colo.-based health system has more than 85,000 employees and operates 86 hospitals in 18 states, along with 40 long-term and assisted living facilities as well as multiple nursing colleges, home health agencies and academic medical centers.

To steer such a huge organization in a new direction takes a great deal of time, resources and coordination. And it also requires data—big, complex, ceaseless streams of information coming in from an array of different information systems and care settings.

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