Health

Data-Driven Continuous Improvement

by Sarah Mason The development lifecycle for services or products includes a phase of changes for maintaining quality and function. Continual Improvement is a goal oriented phase based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle. A continual improvement process, also often called a continuous improvement process, is an ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes. These efforts …

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Diagnostic and Descriptive Analytics, Same or Different?

by Sarah Mason There are four types of analytics: Descriptive, Diagnostic, Prescriptive, and Predictive. Selecting the right type requires knowledge of analysis and the needs of finding information to problem solve. Most analysis is gathering information and generating knowledge in response to a need usually based on a problem. With four types, each is distinct. …

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Socioeconomic Levels & Our Health

by Cameron Willis A person’s socioeconomic level also shows their relationship to their health and utilization of health care. Variables in a person’s surroundings have a significant impact on their health, for example, working circumstances have an impact on someone’s capacity to stay healthy. Through a materialist analytical viewpoint, I will investigate and remark on …

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