The potential for analytics to transform health care – to make it more personalized, intelligent, cost-efficient and effective – is immense. The question is, how will you move your organization forward to exploit the power of analytics? In this paper, explore recommendations and best practices from experts at UnitedHealth Group, Eli Lilly and Company, and Mercy Virtual who are operationalizing SAS analytics across their enterprises and realizing impressive results.
The health care world is changing. And data has a
role to play in that change.
Traditional health care systems are becoming more
accessible and convenient, while also offering lower
priced options. Proactive care — rather than reactive
— is expected, including a shift from disease
management to disease prevention. Likewise,
a greater emphasis on personalized delivery,
including understanding populations, has led to
increased precision in holistic care management.
Combining conventional data sources with
data from previously untapped data sources —
such as electronic health records, wearables,
social determinants, social media, genetics and
diagnostics — creates new possibilities for
understanding the patterns, relationships, and
predictors of wellness and health.
Keep reading this e-book to discover how health
care leaders are generating new opportunities for
innovation and transforming how care is delivered.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Jun 27, 2019
MuleSoft’s Government Cloud is an industry-leading FedRAMP-compliant cloud environment for building and deploying APIs and integrations with Anypoint Platform. MuleSoft’s US Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) compliant-solution enables government agencies to build and secure connections between their applications and citizen data.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
How MuleSoft’s Government Cloud enables agencies to increase project delivery speed by 3x.
Why FedRAMP compliance reduces on-premises infrastructure costs.
How government agencies can develop, deploy, manage, and monitor integrations and APIs in the cloud to rapidly expand cloud services.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Jun 27, 2019
Your call center tech stack is a mess, and it’s hard to figure out where you even start to unravel it all. This ebook covers the basics of consolidating technology, where to begin and what to consider as you develop your plan to streamline your infrastructure and tech.
There are many things to consider including:
Infrastructure, both aging and new
Existing tech and limitations
Users, training and business needs
This ebook provides an overview to get your wheels turning in preparation for a move to better technology. Read it now if your future holds new call center tech.
Organizations continue to rush down the digital transformation path. Whether by modernizing their IT infrastructures, leveraging the cloud, or becoming data-centric and data-driven, organizations must become more agile in their business practices and within their IT infrastructure stack to effectively compete in today’s dynamic business environment. Between the speed and distributed nature of modern businesses, as well as the expectation of instantaneous access to data from everyday users, it’s not surprising that nearly one in three organizations are looking into ways to improve data analytics for real-time business intelligence and customer insight.
To support open government initiatives and uphold the values of transparency, participation and collaboration in the US, federal agencies today make their data open, or publicly accessible. Citizens can use this open data to assess college affordability, the economy, educational issues, environmental damage, health care, taxes, agriculture, the climate and more. Governments can use APIs to pull this open data into SAS Visual Analytics as a way to identify trends and patterns and obtain all sorts of new insights. With public health surveillance, for example, governments can monitor and evaluate indicators that point to high-risk areas so they’ll know where and how to focus efforts. Such public health surveillance can serve as an early warning system for impending emergencies, document the impact of an intervention, track progress toward public health goals, and clarify health problems to inform public health policies and strategies.
IDC quantifies the value of Adobe Experience Manager Assets for organizations interviewed at an average of $3.17 million per year per organization over three years, which would result in an average three-year ROI of 366%. Adobe Experience Manager Assets generates this value by:
— Increasing the return on content investments by improving asset findability and reuse and by reducing redundant content creation efforts
— Accelerating time to value from marketing and brand campaigns by streamlining asset distribution
— Improving team productivity through workflow automation
— Reducing risk associated with the use of outdated or unapproved digital assets
According to IDC's analysis, AEM Sites enables organizations to realize on average annual business value of $3.92 million per organization over three years and a 348% three-year ROI by:
— Making the creation and delivery of digital experiences more consistent and streamlined and accelerating time to market for new experiences
— Empowering - and increasing the productivity of - employees responsible for digital experiences
— Improving the digital customer experiences organizations deliver, thereby increasing engagement levels and generating additional business
Like the oxygen we breathe, journey analytics brings life to the customer behind those devices, over time getting to know their favorite pastry choice, when they’re most likely to buy gas, and how long they stay online while in the station’s café.
If you want your customers to enjoy seamless, personalized experiences, you need to treat them like people. That means marketing to the person — not the device. When you know a customer’s interests, wants, and needs — perhaps even before they do — you’ve succeeded at becoming a true experience business. For some, this may require a shift from analytics as a tool to analytics as a way of life. It may also mean evolving corporate or office culture.
A better digital experience is only as good as the technology behind it.
We're serious about bringing you the best in customer experience platforms. And it shows. In Ovum's recent SWOT Assessment: Adobe Experience Cloud, you'll learn how advances in out technologies can help you build intelligent services, improve Adobe implementations, and integrate your own applications. So you can more easily deliver the tools that help your organization meet customer demands more quickly.
Business growth. Everyone wants it, but only a few achieve it on a sustainable basis in today’s uncertain climate.
This expert guide explores the key pathways that are essential junctures in any business’s growth journey, and shines light on the personal stories and key decisions from the CEOs who have been there and done it. The report offers practical guidance to private businesses from multi-generational family and Private-Equity backed businesses through to owner-managed and fast-growing scale-ups.
Read this report to understand:
•Going Global: how to navigate and launch an international business
•Acquisition: how to identify the right target, assess its value and oversee a successful integration
•Innovation and technology: how to enable innovation to flourish and how to harness the power of technology to accelerate your business
•Team: how to ensure you have the right people and skills to take your business to the next stage
•Investment: how to secure the right type of fundin
Introducing ECG: Enterprise Connectivity Grading. The key metrics of organisational well-being have changed. While indicators like strategy, sales, margins, and profitability remain crucial, these now hinge on other vital factors. The organisation’s ability to leverage key assets like its people and data. Its agility, mobility, and adaptability. Its capacity to transform, evolve, and grow over time. And these factors in turn are now fundamentally contingent on something else. Connectivity. Download the eBook and learn more>>
With myriad of endpoint security solutions available, making the right choice for your business can be difficult. To help you simplify the selection process, download our guide which presents the most critical capabilities to assess. It’s a simple, authoritative reference that takes the guesswork out of evaluating endpoint security.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Jun 24, 2019
Your security products send alerts when a cyber attack strikes. Your incident response plan tells you what to do to block the attacker’s action and recover normal operations. But do you know how or where the attacker was able to get into your environment? Do you understand the tactics, techniques and procedures the attacker used?
In short, to move to the next level of security, organizations need a way to both understand and manage threat intelligence. Because an organization that can uncover the context of a threat can also better respond to it. Learn more about the impact of security threats from this whitepaper.
Join the IBM Security online community to learn from the shared knowledge and experiences of your peers and IBM Cyber Elites to tackle complex business problems.
Organizations in the global industrial products industry face significant challenges: cost pressures, increased regulations, disruptive technologies and the increasingly costly delivery of raw resources. High volatility in commodity prices has put severe pressure on company margins and can quickly expose inefficient operations.
Society simply must change the way it serves its most vulnerable members. Service delivery models are outdated and constrained by budgets, organizational structures and legislation. Citizens aren’t getting what they need to become more self-sufficient and recover from hard times or significant events such as disasters. Government isn’t keeping up with the demand generated by the complex times we live in and agencies are stressed to the breaking point by current service expectations. Something different must be done to generate better outcomes. This action requires better engagement between government and citizens which can lead to more self-reliant individuals and lower demands and costs on government. In California, one county is tackling this challenge head on and has found a better way to serve their citizens.
The business landscape is changing fast. That much is obvious. Business models are being disrupted, industry mainstays unseated and old certainties upended on a near-daily basis.
Technology is unlocking new possibilities. But it’s also creating new expectations - especially at work.
By 2020, Gen Y will make up 35% of the workforce. This generation has grown up with open communication platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Now, they’re bringing that same expectation of openness to work.
Download this report to uncover why understanding what Gen Y want in a job, as well as an employer, is key to future-proofing businesses.
With endless media, services and products available in just a few taps on a smartphone, people are becoming accustomed to a new level of instant access. Whether it’s a ride to a party, payment sent to a friend or streaming a movie, speed is everything. Thanks to technology, Gen Y has come of age in the on-demand economy.
Meeting these expectations is crucial to Workplace’s mission to empower people to work together efficiently and effectively. In order to better understand this generation's expectations – and how to cater to them – we’ve partnered with behavioural insights agency, Canvas8 to explore how this desire for immediacy is reshaping the future of work.
In this report, we uncover why employees want companies to pick up the pace and what on-demand looks like at work.
As the generation that pioneered the social media persona, Gen Y aren’t known for fading into the background – the average Gen Yer juggles four different social media accounts, crafting individual personalities on each. But despite their desire to stand out, today’s young people are especially keen to work together; so much so that 40% would even pay out of their own pocket for social collaboration tools at work
Despite this, workplaces aren’t always giving them the tools they need to work effectively with one another. While 38% of Gen Y feel that outdated modes of collaboration obstruct a company’s ability to innovate, 71% say they face challenges using their company’s collaboration tools. As a result, they’re taking it upon themselves to create collaborative working environments, share innovative ideas and embrace the diversity of thought that comes along with it.
Download this report to find out what Gen Yers expect from their workplaces today.
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