Mount Sinai Health System has 15 years of experience working with electronic health records data, but that hasn’t easily translated into deriving value from analytics.

“Analytics has been changing, but now it’s clear it has to drive business value,” said Deepesh Chandra, director of centralized IT services for the New York-based system. “At the early stages of analytics, we collect data but derive little value. The value of data grows as you analyze it and make decisions off of it.”

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