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Thoughtful discussions about content development and outcomes analytics that apply the principles and frameworks of health policy and economics to persistent and perplexing health and health care problems.
The new marketing piece by Microsoft Office spectacularly shows the power of data insights. I immediately recognized David McCandless from a Ted Talk back in 2010 (see below).
The power of stories hidden in data continues to grow and has never been more relevant in healthcare then it is now. Research articles often mask the true story or conflate the weaker one.
I was fortunate to see Hans and his extraordinary presentation live at aTableau conference. As I prepare to leave for my 3rd Tableau conference in a few weeks, I wanted to share a few insights from the data visualization space. I hope it encourages some to explore rigorous data analysis--beyond the bar chart.
I am often asked what an insight analyst does. I like to think that it requires the ability to apply skills in numeracy, data analysis, and healthcare to observe interesting patterns in the data.
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I will let you know when the kindle version will be refreshed. The early iteration was to collate the answers I am most often asked about data. Where to find it, what it can tell you, and how to access. Updates are needed as I discovered additional datasets at the 2015 National Health Statistics Conference in Bethesda.