Kicking off the Health Data Management Healthcare Analytics Symposium, workshop organizer Peter Aiken noted that the majority of organizations today – health care included – lack an overarching data strategy.

As a result, much of the data gathered, he said, is of little value. During his three-hour primer on the basics of building an analytics program, Aiken, an associate professor of information systems at Virginia Commonwealth University, walked the audience through a number of terms and concepts used in the field.

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