In a highly competitive world, winning requires unconventional thinking.
Consider professional sports – MLB scouts understand that finding the right players to add to their roster means looking beyond the surface. And healthcare professionals, especially those participating in value-based care models, have to do the same.
Billy Beane, General Manager of the Oakland A’s, knew that the road to his team’s success would require divergence from old-school traditions. When tasked with evaluating players using a limited budget, Beane and his staff leaned on the tangible evidence that only data could provide. A winning season wasn’t the responsibility of one star athlete. If a player’s record indicated that he could get on base, that was their ticket to long-term success.
If data analytics can lead to a highly improbable yet very real 20-game winning streak for the 2002 A’s, imagine the long-term growth impacts it can have for your DCE or ACO.