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You might hear the terms clinical data analysis and clinical data analytics bandied about rather frequently. But one question might percolate to the surface: What is the difference between analysis and analytics? Or are they synonymous?
At least one non-healthcare data strategist has purported that data analysis involves drawing conclusions from a single data set; data analytics involves drawing conclusions from multiple data sets, including correlations between them. Another suggests analysis is part of analytics.
Nine healthcare-specialized experts weigh into the discussion with Healthcare Purchasing News Senior Editor Rick Dana Barlow.
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