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SI 2020 Analytics Virtual Summit Report

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SI 2019 Analytics Summit Report

SI 2019 Analytics Summit sponsored by Optum. Twenty-one leading analytics executives from 19 health systems across the country gathered in Chicago September 26-27 to...
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Executive Summary: The Scottsdale Institute convened 13 data, analytics, and information executives in Chicago for the 2016 SI Chief Data and Analytics Officers Summit on Oct....

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