A survey of 271 healthcare professionals found that only 10 percent believe their organizations are using data and analytics at their highest potential.

The survey, conducted by advisory firm KPMG, also shows that 21 percent of responding organizations are still in their “infancy” when it comes to data/analytics capabilities and are only “planning their journey” at this point. Of the other respondents, 16 percent said they are using data in strategic decision making, 28 percent are relying on data warehouses to track key performance indicators and 24 percent are using data marts.

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