Project “ChâteauKebob”: Big Data to BI End-to-End Healthcare Auditing Compliance

Originally posted on Ayad Shammout's SQL & BI Blog:
Authors: Ayad Shammout & Denny Lee It may sound like a rather odd name for an End-to-End Auditing Compliance project – and the roots admittedly enough are based on the authors’ prediliction toward great food in the city of Montréal – but there actually is an analogous association! Château means manor house or palace and kebob refers to meat that is cooked over or next to flames; large or small cuts of meat, or even ground meat, it may be served on plates, or in sandwiches (mouth watering yet).  Château…

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Healthcare Compliance with Big Data and BI

Originally posted on Ayad Shammout's SQL & BI Blog:
Healthcare Compliance with Big Data and BI Over the past few years Denny Lee  (Technical Principal Program Manager within Microsoft’s SQL Business Intelligence Group) and I are always working on a very exciting SQL Server projects, earlier this month we presented “Big Data, BI, and Compliance in Healthcare” at PASS BA Conference in Chicago, IL. Few years ago, we implemented “Centralized Audit Framework” to manage and view the audits of entire SQL Server environment that will parse, load, and report all of audit logs. Expanding on the “Reaching Compliance: SQL…

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Big Data, BI, and Compliance in Healthcare

If you’re interested in Big Data, BI, and Compliance in Healthcare; check out Ayad Shammout (@aashammout) and my 24 Hours of PASS (Spring 2013) session Ensuring Compliance of Patient Data with Big Data and BI. To help meet HIPAA and HealthAct compliance – and to more easily handle larger volumes of unstructured data and gain richer and deeper insight using the latest analytics – a medical center is embarking on a Big Data-to-BI project involving HDInsight, SQL Server 2012, Integration Services, PowerPivot, and Power View. Join this preview of Denny Lee and Ayad Shammout’s PASS Business Analytics Conference session to…

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Healthcare IT and RHIOs are more than just technology

For those of you whom are interested in Health Informatics and the concept of a Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO), the chapter except A RHIO Struggling to Form: Will it Get Off the Ground? from the book Transforming Health Care Through Information: Case Studies is now available. The chapter definitely covers the issues surrounding technology and how it can be used to help improve healthcare.  But what’s even more interesting is the fact the process, committees, and organizational logistics that is required in order to get this to work.   It’s not just about getting the document standards to talk to…

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