Course

Healthcare Analytics Overview

0 out of 4 steps completed0%
4 Lessons

About this Course


Approximate Time to Completion: 30 minutes
Instructor: Justin Washburn, Presales Engineer, Collibra

The Healthcare Analytics Overview course reviews how Collibra supports analytics and Tableau reports within a Healthcare setting. Join us as we explore the tasks assigned to a new business analyst. This role is in your enterprise data department and requires reports to be created and maintained, so data citizens can consume them. We will start with Tableau and work through the associated steps to understand the source of the data, identify the analytics and ensure all data citizens can access the trusted data.Collibra provides the support for every steward to access the metadata surrounding reports, the business terms in the reports, people who own those terms, how it can be stewarded, it’s quality, and how it was generated. We want to facilitate self-service analytics. Instead of picking up the phone and calling somebody who you might know in a certain department, Collibra provides a single place to look for cataloged and curated data assets. The curated assets could contain lists of surgeons, lists of policies, lists of procedures, lists of reference data, anything that you want to know within the organization. The Data Governance Center is the one place that you can search for it and find it.

When you do find it, hopefully you can trust it. By using Collibra, we’ll show how you can create traceability diagrams and demonstrate the source of the data. You can explain who owns it, who created it, who’s the expert for it. You can also enable a shared understanding for these analytics by having definitions that are easy to find and connected to business terms that are used in your organization and are maintained on an ongoing basis.

The idea is to make the self-service analytics easy to use for every data citizen. Every knowledge worker in your organization should be easily able to find shared reports, shared data sets, and shared business terms.

You might be interested in these courses:

Course Materials