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10 simple/FREE things to improve patient satisfaction.

Posted on 18 Feb 2014 in Big Data, Health care, Information | 0 comments

  With patient satisfaction either at an all time high or an all time low it seems, sometimes, that this thing referred to as “patient satisfaction” is often elusive and can sometimes feel as though it’s unattainable. That 1 bad review, that 1 negative experience can turn into a chain reaction that you never saw [...]

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Online reviews and how they affect your medical practice

Posted on 14 Feb 2014 in Big Data, Health care | 0 comments

With consumers researching everything online prior to going to a restaurant, a movie, and yes even a new doctor, It’s imperative that your practice stays on top this and the best way to do that is with a proactive approach VS a reactive approach.  By being proactive this means that you and your staff are [...]

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360 Degree Patient Experience

Posted on 13 Feb 2014 in Big Data, Health care, Information | 0 comments

Patients drive your business, for better or for worse, your patients,and their perceptions of your office directly affect your bottom line. With everyone writing anonymous reviews online it’s so hard to really predict what’s true and what’s been written out of spite. Is that really a patient review or a competing office trying to wreck [...]

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Improving Patient Experience

Posted on 07 Feb 2014 in Big Data, Health care, Information | 0 comments

Health care providers face mounting pressures to do more with less – to improve the quality of care, enhance the patient experience and drive greater efficiencies across the care continuum. With growing operational complexity and, the ability to understand and improve the patient experience will directly impact long-term success of a health care organization. Across [...]

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The Boring Exhaustive List of Charts for Dashboards

Posted on 17 Dec 2013 in Chart of the Week, Data Visualization, Information | 0 comments

There is an exhaustive list of chart types you can use for your web dashboards. Essentially, the way we look at it, there are two basic cateogories of charts : Category #1 – Comparison, Composition and Distribution Category #2 –  Grouping , Tracking , Relationship and Profiling   Category #1 : Comparison, Composition and Distribution [...]

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What can you learn from Excel for Web Dashboards?

Posted on 27 Nov 2013 in Big Data, Information | 0 comments

Excel is a great tool. A great enough tool that almost 90% of analysts still use it for something or the other. It is not a renowned visualization tool but there are research firms who earns their bread and butter through primarily using excel for analysis. Excel’s visualization capabilities has still a lot to catch [...]

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SPSS – Frequencies, Counts and Percents

Posted on 16 Oct 2013 in Data Visualization, SPSS | 0 comments

Counts and percents are wonderful statistics because they are easy to explain and quickly grasped.  We at SecondPrism , use counts to answer the most basic questions when we deal with data coming from files – spss and excel. Questions like – ‘How many people were Male who liked this product ?’ use frequencies to get [...]

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Chart of the week – Why the markets are crazy!

Posted on 09 Oct 2013 in Chart of the Week | 0 comments

Twitter (TWTR), Tweeter (TWTRQ), what’s the difference. Just buy, buy, buy.        

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Who found the tag cloud (word cloud) ?

Posted on 08 Oct 2013 in Chart of the Week, Data Visualization, Information | 0 comments

Tag clouds (also known as “word clouds”) are visually aggregated summaries of large bodies of textual data.  Their purpose is to take a selection of text or humanly created tags and visually display the frequency of the most commonly used words within that document or collection.  These are useful for qualitative analysis by highlighting major [...]

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Is this map the oldest data visualization artifact in history ?

Posted on 07 Oct 2013 in Chart of the Week, Data Visualization | 0 comments

After acquiring food, human’s next priority was to improve his communication. Drawing herds of deers, predators and maps enabled us to memorize or pass on our memory of food acquistion strategies.The human activity of graphically translating one’s perception of his world is now generally recognized as a universally acquired skill and one that pre-dates virtually [...]

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Start small and go big with mobile reporting

Posted on 16 Sep 2013 in Mobile BI | 0 comments

A lot of enterprises want to start off duplicating their existing reports on to their mobile device.  This is what we usually don’t recommend.  The 2 key questions we ask are – what are the key datasets you need to take on the mobile and what reports do you check on a more frequent basis. [...]

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IT log monitoring using Mobile Reports and Dashboards

Posted on 04 Sep 2013 in Big Data, IT Operations, Mobile BI | 0 comments

Mobile Reports and Dashboards of IT logs (and other machine data) from Anup Surendran

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Why IT operations need mobile reporting ?

Posted on 03 Sep 2013 in Big Data, IT Operations | 0 comments

IT Operations management is an area of business concerned with the production and tracking of goods, finances and IT services. It involves the responsibility of ensuring that IT operations are efficient in terms of using as little resource as needed, and effective in terms of meeting requirements. IT operations management is part of  IT portfolio [...]

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SQL for Big data – we are excited.

Posted on 28 Aug 2013 in Big Data | 0 comments

  Traditional data warehouses based on relational database technologies have been around for a long time and have mature sets of tools for querying and analysis. Business users use SQL as the query language to perform ad-hoc queries against these warehouses. Also, reporting tools like Cognos, Business Objects, MicroStrategy rely on SQL heavily. The real [...]

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LinkedIn Mobile Data Visualization

Posted on 23 Aug 2013 in Demo | 0 comments

SecondPrism connects to APIs or Your own databases. In this demonstration LinkedIn APIs are used to create a simple mobile dashboard and visualization application with SecondPrism’s platform.  This example shows how you can drive mobile engagement with LinkedIn APIs and plugins, bringing valuable professional content directly to your mobile application.  

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CEO Mobile Dashboard

Posted on 21 Aug 2013 in Mobile BI | 0 comments

It’s high time the CEO gets what he wants!. What he doesn’t want is to WAIT around for reports. Guess what, by the time he gets it the data is most probably outdated.  He should have data at his fingertips when he wants it, where he wants it. Make that happen with SecondPrism. Now.

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Self Service Mobile BI – next generation data access

Posted on 10 Aug 2013 in Mobile BI | 0 comments

Forrester analyst Boris Evelson wrote on the company’s blog that firms will need to make the best possible decisions on what to adopt that will work for their business. The key message is that firms that fail to prepare employees for enterprise BI change early enough or well enough will be left behind. According to McKinsey [...]

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Mobile Issue Tracking Report – Demonstration

Posted on 03 Aug 2013 in Demo | 0 comments

SecondPrism connects to any backend Issue Tracking System to produce simple and usable mobile reports so that you know what your team members are up to. In this product demonstration we have connected to Lighthouse using our mobile reporting platform. Lighthouse provides a API token which Secondprism uses to extract data and put it into [...]

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Mobile Data Management for Business Intelligence – A simple approach

Posted on 02 Aug 2013 in Mobile Data Managerment | 0 comments

Extending BI functionality to mobile devices means more devices and users for the IT team to manage. An enterprise Mobile Device Management strategy that defines how applications and updates are pushed to users is standard practice in this space. The challenge is now there is a lot of infrastructure to manage to make this work. [...]

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Chart of the week : Number of Children vs Life Expectancy for different regions of the world

Posted on 30 Jul 2013 in Chart of the Week | 0 comments

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