Ayata Explains How Healthcare Benefits from Prescriptive Analytics®
Submitted by: Ayata
(OPENPRESS) March 1, 2012 -- The Science of Better podcast series has released a new podcast, Crunching the Numbers, in which Ayata CEO, Atanu Basu, explains how Prescriptive Analytics® is going to help reform the U.S. healthcare system. The 2010 Affordable Care Act has generated strong debate about healthcare in America. This debate includes the need to replace a volume-based system, one in which healthcare providers bill by the number of services provided, with a value-based approach which ties payment to better health. This podcast describes how big data and advanced analytics will significantly improve decision making - and thus outcomes - to help the healthcare industry transform from "sick care" to "health care."
The podcast can be accessed at the listener's convenience on Ayata's website at www.ayata.com/company/news-events/55-news-2012-02. Additional information about Ayata can be accessed through the company's homepage at www.ayata.com. Additional articles on analytics applications in can be accessed through the Ayata library at www.ayata.com/products/library.
The Science of Better podcast series offers insights into the way that mathematics, analytics, and operations research affect people and organizations. Business executives, analysts, IT managers and healthcare professionals will all benefit.
This podcast provides valuable insights for healthcare professionals who are seeking ways to use their data to improve decision making, to control costs and to enhance the quality of healthcare.
Ayata is the leader in Prescriptive Analytics - the science of automatically synthesizing big data, mathematical sciences, business rules, and machine learning to make smarter decisions about future outcomes of business processes. Ayata' s enterprise customers use Prescriptive Analytics software to predict future outcomes of their critical business processes, prescribe decision options, and understand the impact of each decision option. Ayata's technology is adaptive and thus can continuously facilitate accurate decision-making. Ayata is headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, contact Ayata at firstname.lastname@example.org, 888.982.9282, or visit www.ayata.com.