Mercy, the St. Louis-based Catholic health system, is plugging into big data to improve the quality and efficiency of its administrative and clinical operations.

Mercy continually collects data—such as lab tests, prescriptions and payments—on patients at its 35 acute-care hospitals and 700 outpatient facilities and physician’s offices in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.

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