Healthcare organizations face numerous business challenges including concerns over processing times, denial rates, cash flow and alternative payment models, to name a few. As organizations identify areas on which to focus their efforts and maximize performance, a growing number are investing in business intelligence (BI) solutions featuring comparative analytics, so they have the ability to identify areas of the business in which improvements will offer the greatest ROI.

As organizations evaluate analytic solutions, here are some insights into how BI and comparative analytics solutions compare, and how providers can leverage each to solve business challenges.

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