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Healthcare Business Intelligence and Analytics 2020

Healthcare Business Intelligence and Analytics 2020
Decision Insights Report

Authored by: Ryan Pretnik and Sam Eaquinto February 19, 2020 | Read Time: 15  minutes

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The healthcare business intelligence (BI) and analytics market has become crowded, with vendors touting a variety of different benefits. Many healthcare organizations are looking to consolidate solutions, but who can meet organizations’ analytics needs and also bring departments together, aggregate siloed data, and drive outcomes in a consolidated way? This report examines 45 BI purchase decisions made over the last 18 months to determine what is driving buying decisions. Is it the solutions’ power/flexibility or the vendors’ experience/relationships? Which vendors are gaining momentum, and which are being left behind?

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Key Findings

  1. Considerations of Microsoft Power BI Surge; Tableau and Health Catalyst Remain Consistent, High Performers
  2. The A-List: Tableau, Health Catalyst, and Microsoft
  3. High Performer Dimensional Insight Not Often Considered; Information Builders Making Healthcare Inroads, Results Still Early
  4. What Happened to IBM and SAP?
  5. Vendor Summaries
  6. Limited or No Performance Data
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