Mount Sinai Health has moved up the analytics maturity chart to deliver business value in new risk models around population health. Mike Berger explains how Mount Sinai designed a team, built a data factory, and generates the analytics to drive decision-centricity and explores examples of mixing Tableau, SQL, Hive, APIs, Python, and R into a cohesive ecosystem supported by a data factory.
- Title: How Mount Sinai operationalized analytics to drive a more decision-centric design for risk models around population health
- Release date: August 2019
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 0636920421078
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