Occasionally life forces you to slow down. If you are a small business owner--often the request comes from your computer. Perhaps if I had been less busy or paying attention to the small signs like spinning pin wheels, weird flashes from my second monitor, or the sluggish periods following an overly active menu bar...but "what ifs" are of no use to me now.
True to their exemplary customer service all will be back to normal in 3 to 5 business days but in the meanwhile I am in exile--staying on schedule for a pending book release and dilly dallying over a proposal edit. Typically when I am in pre-conference mode, Women in Statistics and Data Science, I am working at a frenetic speed but this week I am forcing myself to slow down.
Grantees are guided to specific areas of interest...
And toward potential gaps...
Health Care System Factors:
I told this story to an entrepreneur last weekend and she loved it. So I figured I should tell it to everyone here at AVC.
I want to encourage more granularity, better data resources, and more informed analyses and insights.
The key to a powerful narrative? A question + the data to weave the story...create your queries of interest and see where the information leads you. I created this table using healthcare cost utilization project data (HCUP).
*I believe that water is the only drink for a wise man. ~Henry David Thoreau
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...