Welcome to the Data Analytics Center
The Data Analytics Center is an enterprise wide group centered on Decision Support, Data Access, and Data Visualization. Our team of experienced personnel is responsible for guiding customers through the challenges of requirements gathering and decision making and on to the realized end-product – whether this is a complete enterprise dashboard solution, additions to our data warehouse(s), or an ad-hoc report request. The Data Analytics Center leverages Penn's massive stores of data to help everyone from corporate administration to researchers make better decisions to achieve all three missions of Penn Medicine.
We are responsible for the following key areas:
- Enterprise Data Warehousing
- Enterprise Data Presentation – Dashboarding, Report Development, and Self-Service Data Access Tools
- Clinical, Quality, and Research Reporting, specifically from Penn Data Store, NaviCare, HPM, and Epic.
Take a closer look at some of what we do.
Highlight: We Love Data......And Awards
When it comes to data, we love working with it and molding it into unique ways to help advance our goal of improving patient care and ensuring Penn Medicine stays on the leading edge of technology. What we also enjoy are the awards that our work wins from our hard work of building unique and amazing tools for our community.
The Data Analytics Center went down a path of trying to find a way to help researchers, clinicians, and support staff make sense out of the piles of unstructured text generated by electronic medical records. We decided to build PennSeek.
All of this hard work resulted in ranking #9 in this year’s InformationWeek Elite 100, an annual list of the best U.S.-based users of business technology. Please be sure to read the full press release here!
Penn Medicine Neuroscientist Among First to Receive NIH Funding under Novel, Multi-Year Pilot Program
Lawrence N. Shulman, MD, FACP, Named Chair of American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer
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Drug/Catheter Combination for Labor Induction Could Save Women 2.4 Million Hours of Labor Annually, Penn Study Shows