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Title: DATA AND ANALYTICS (DNA) PROGRAM
Procurement
NYC Health + Hospitals ()
Supply Chain
160 Water Street, 13th Floor New York, NY 10038
Paul Angeli
phone: (646) 458-8661
email: angelip@nychhc.org
Archived
Services (other than human services)
Request for Proposals
5/21/2020
Solicitation

PIN#038-2474 - Due: 6/12/2020 3:00 PM

Description
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Analytics capabilities are at the core of accelerating healthcare innovation to achieve higher-quality and lower-cost care, understanding and engaging patients in achieving health objectives, and establishing a value-based approach to monitoring healthcare performance and outcomes that are linked to the financial management of health systems.

Healthcare providers are leapfrogging from descriptive, historical reporting to predictive and prescriptive analytics that spot conditions, detect clinical deterioration, help diagnose disease and target therapies, and drive higher performance for their organizations.

NYC H plus H’s long-term DnA strategy aims to drive a transformation in health outcomes and administration. The immediate objective of the DnA program is to comprehensively address gaps, limitations and inefficiencies in NYC Health plus Hospitals business intelligence (BI) capabilities and processes. These challenges lead to inconsistencies in our data, reports and dashboards.

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