Blogger: Dan Carotenuto

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Dan Carotenuto, Director of Product Management, Information Builders, has more than 20 years of experience in business intelligence, integration, and integrity solutions.

Improving Patient Matching: Part 2 - State of Patient Data and Strategies for Improvement

January 29, 2014

This blog is part of a four part series that explores overcoming patient matching challenges by improving patient identity and data management within healthcare organizations first and effective and...

Improving Patient Matching: Using Healthcare IT and Data Strategy to Create a Single Patient View

January 27, 2014

Patient matching is one of the biggest challenges facing healthcare today and is critical to effective health information exchange (HIE) and population health.  The challenge starts with getting...

Overcoming Data Stewardship Challenges in Complex and Big Data Environments: Six Mission-Critical Tasks

October 01, 2013

Let me guess, 1) your organization’s stakeholders, customers and/or partners are not getting what they need on time or in the form they need it, or 2) you and/or your partners spend too much time...

How are you Managing Your Information Assets?

July 09, 2013

A recent global research study by Information Builders and IDG Research Services uncovered some disturbing trends in information management:   “Companies are aware of the transformative power of...

Congratulations on Midsize Enterprise Summit East 2013 XCellence Awards!!

May 10, 2013

Information Builders won the “Best Midmarket Software Solution” and the “Best Boardroom Case Study” XCellence awards at this year’s MES East 2013 conference.  Winning the“Best Midmarket Software...

Clinton on US Healthcare at HIMSS 2013: "We Can Fix It"

March 07, 2013

  Former president Bill Clinton’s HIMSS 2013 keynote speech in New Orleans further raised awareness of the value of healthcare information technology (IT).  He talked about the "potential...

Patient Care Challenges Hit Home

December 14, 2012

  Last year I helped a close friend of mine get through some tough times:  his mother was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer and required a double mastectomy.  Several months after...