PDS 6th Annual Conference for Best Practices Healthcare Analytics and Reporting

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Practical Data Solutions (PDS), the industry leader in healthcare analytics and reporting, commences the company's 6th Annual Education Users Conference today with more than 100 attendees from approximately 40 different organizations.

"As healthcare becomes less dependent on paper every day, the quantity of accessible data grows exponentially, and the ability to analyze and interpret information is critical to our organizational performance," according to Chuck Fitch, CIO of Delta Health Alliance/University of Mississippi Medical Center. "PDS continues to anticipate emerging analytical and reporting needs for next- generation healthcare, and this conference provides insight into best practices through collaborative knowledge sharing among peer organizations," says Fitch.

Specializing in healthcare data warehousing, business intelligence, and dashboard/scorecard reporting, PDS enables clients to execute on strategies to drive performance improvement across their respective organizations. The conference will address best practices for:

"Since our initial Education Users Conference six years ago, PDS has achieved a unique culture enriched by clients who share methods and best practices in applying our technology," says Stephan Brown, Founder and CEO of PDS. "We are truly grateful to our customers for allowing us to maintain this culture and continue to be amazed each year with the accomplishments shared by our clients," says Brown.

About PDS

Serving the healthcare industry for over a decade, PDS offers a wide array of products and services based on analytics, decision support, data warehousing, and reporting. PDS clients include academic group practices, health systems, and medical clinics. For additional information, please visit www.pds-online.com

SOURCE Practical Data Solutions

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