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Analyze this: data shines within and without

November 2015—At PAML patient service centers, patients fresh from a blood draw may spot a kiosk that asks, “How was your experience today?” Responding is as easy as pushing one of four buttons with facial expressions that range from a broad smile to a major frown. The kiosk’s manufacturer, HappyOrNot, says about 20 percent of customers across a spectrum of industries will stop to register their level of satisfaction.

Big gain theory—data warehousing pays off

November 2014—It’s been said that “data” is the plural of “anecdote,” and debate has swirled around whether that is true. Something about data makes most of us feel that it is qualitatively different: more manipulable, more reliable, more helpful in drawing useful conclusions. But is there a new stage that might be considered the plural of data? These days, the health care industry is excited about a concept that promises to catapult the value of laboratory information into a new era. It’s the Enterprise Data Warehouse.

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