Excel-friendly Analysis ToolsFast access and total transparency into every grain of data in your DOS™ Mart
|Type:||Software Application||Status:||Generally Available||Revised:||2019-Jun-06|
Health Catalyst’s Excel-friendly tools allow users to perform detailed analysis on every grain of the data received in DOS™ Marts. Because they support in-depth ad hoc analysis and use a common tool (Excel), they are a useful supplement for analytic applications that run on the unified data models of Health Catalyst DOS Marts.
Note that this product relies on Microsoft Analysis Services Tabular Models; an additional server and Microsoft SQL Server License is required.
For organizations participating in risk-based contracting, the Excel-friendly analysis tools can support exploration of the Claims DOS Mart and allow detailed analysis of total cost of care and utilization.
Background & Problem Summary
Even with a comprehensive and robust set of analytic applications, organizations frequently want to do deep-dive ad hoc analyses on DOS Mart data. Yet finding, evaluating, and reporting data can be time-consuming effort for analysts.
Fast access and total transparency into every grain of data in your DOS™ Mart
Health Catalyst’s Excel-friendly analysis tools lay a performant Excel skin on a unified data model (DOS Mart) to give technical users the ability to perform granular analysis using a modality that they are familiar with. Analysts have an easy, extensible entrance to in-depth exploration—and a flexible means of sharing insights with stakeholders.
Benefits and Features
Empower your data analysts. To support efficient and effective ad hoc analysis of all the data in your DOS Mart, these Tabular-enabled tools deliver the ease, flexibility, and extensibility that data analysts value.
- Healthcare data analysts
This product may leverage one or more of the following sources:
|Primary:||Claims||See data sources of this type|
|Secondary:||DOS Mart||See data sources of this type|
N/a for ad hoc analysis
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