Last November, chief analytics officer Charlton Park got his five seconds of fame in an NBC Nightly News segment on how the University of Utah Health Care decreased costs by 30 percent during a period when other teaching hospitals saw their costs rise.

Few healthcare IT leaders end up on national TV news. But then few have helped solve two of healthcare’s biggest mysteries: How much does it actually cost to deliver patient care? And how do the costs relate to the quality of care delivered?

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