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Data Mining and Analytics in the Presidential Race – Sinister or Just Sensible?

A lot of media reports have been surfacing lately about “secretive” data mining activities taking place within the presidential campaign. Many articles paint the efforts with a sinister caste, implying that underhanded invasions of privacy are taking place.

But to any seasoned data professional, data mining is a discovery tool that pulls nuggets of insight out of mountains of data. For any business that wants to get ahead in today’s hyper-competitive global economy, advanced data mining and analysis is not a luxury, it is a necessity. As USA Today’s Jack Gillum describes the Romney campaign’s data analytics: (more…)

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Healthcare and CEP – A Discussion

In this video, Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, and Scott Fingerhut, senior director, product marketing, CEP, Informatica, discuss healthcare and CEP (Complex Event Processing).

Richard and Scott cover the following topics:
- What is CEP;
- How CEP pertains to healthcare;
- How CEP differs from data warehouse analytics;
- What some of the applications of CEP are in the healthcare environment; and,
- Where the opportunities are for companies who have already invested heavily in meaningful use and EHRs.

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