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Claims and enrollment data are a self-funded plan’s most important (and often most overlooked) asset. Do you know where your plan’s 2012 data are? They are warehoused somewhere. Whoever controls that warehouse controls your plan.
In this free webinar we will highlight the key features of data warehousing that assure you control your data and your plan. Ten criteria are presented that you should use to assess your current data warehouse arrangements and determine who really controls your plan.
For more information, please visit: http://www.healthdecisions.com

Claims and enrollment data are a self-funded plan’s most important (and often most overlooked) asset. Do you know where your plan’s 2012 data are? They are warehoused somewhere. Whoever controls that warehouse controls your plan.
In this free webinar we will highlight the key features of data warehousing that assure you control your data and your plan. Ten criteria are presented that you should use to assess your current data warehouse arrangements and determine who really controls your plan.
For more information, please visit: http://www.healthdecisions.com

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  1. 1. Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts of Data Warehousing Presenter: Si Nahra, Ph.D., President January 29, 2013
  2. 2. About Health Decisions, Inc. Pioneering Specialists in Group Health Care Post-Payment Administration For Over 25 Years Customer Philosophy Respect for Existing Procedures Emphasis on Customization Focus on Solutions Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 2 1/2013
  3. 3. The Rise of Data Warehousing • Until recently, Data Warehousing just for “Jumbos” • Data Warehousing power beyond question – Once started, none stopped. • But the practicality of Data Warehousing was beyond all but the biggest. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 3 1/2013
  4. 4. Data Warehousing Today Technical Barriers Once All Barriers Are Now Loomed Large Removed • Secure data transfers not • Secure data transfers available, reliable or now routine with multiple adequate. options. • Data storage capacity • Data storage capacity limits quickly exceeded plentiful and inexpensive. • Data access & • Software support makes processing capabilities access and processing too specialized ability widespread • IT support too expensive • Support services easily cost justified Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 4 1/2013
  5. 5. Data Warehousing Today Most Data Warehouses today built by IT staff for IT purposes IT priorities ≠ Plan Priorities Focus of this webinar: Data Warehousing for the Self-funded Plan Fiduciary Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 5 1/2013
  6. 6. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 6 1/2013
  7. 7. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 7 1/2013
  8. 8. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 8 1/2013
  9. 9. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 9 1/2013
  10. 10. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 10 1/2013
  11. 11. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 11 1/2013
  12. 12. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 12 1/2013
  13. 13. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 13 1/2013
  14. 14. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 14 1/2013
  15. 15. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 15 1/2013
  16. 16. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 16 1/2013
  17. 17. Top 10 Data Warehousing Features 1. Accepts data files in any form and format. 2. Maintains link to original data. 3. Supports two-way data transfer. 4. Stores each client’s data separately. 5. Stores data behind client controlled firewall or on-site. 6. Data converted to standard record while retaining all source unique fields. 7. Data segmentation supports HIPAA “minimum necessary;” simplifies data access. 8. All applications use Microsoft®. No new software needed. 9. Monitors access to and use by all client-authorized users. 10. Supports all HIPAA requirements including new use accounting regulations. Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 17 1/2013
  18. 18. Past Webinars Available Recordings of past webinars are available upon request, including: • December 2012 – Union Trusts: Health Reforms Most Overlooked Winner? • November 2012 -- Year-end Renewal and Bidding: Opportunities for Control and Savings • October 2012 – The 5 Most Important Things an Effective Dependent Audit Should Include • September 2012 - Old Question, New Twist: Is Self-funding Right for Your Group Health Plan? • August 2012 - Are You Ready to Manage Your Health Plan Costs? • June 2012 - Group Health Brokers’ Future: Disintermediation or Re-intermediation • May 2012 – Five Levers of Management Control • April 2012 – How the AMA Can Help You with Plan Oversight • March 2012 – Health Data Control • February 2012 – Health Reform: A Contrarian’s Perspective • January 2012 – The Road to 100% Transparency • December 2011 – 2012: What Does it Hold for Self-funded Health Plans? For more information, please visit www.healthdecisions.com Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 18 1/2013
  19. 19. For More Information Contact si@healthdecisions.com 734-451-2230 Connect with me on LinkedIn Add me to your circles on Google+ Like us on FaceBook Follow us on Twitter Copyright Health Decisions, Inc. 19 1/2013

Editor's Notes

  • We want to pose initial questions to participants at this point: Are you a self-funded plan (choose one) __fiduciary __manager __advisor __administrator What is the approximate number of active employees in the self-funded plan you represent? __under 100 __100-1000 __1000 to 5000 __over 5000 What is the approximate number of retirees in the self-funded plan you represent? __ none __under 100 __100-1000 __1000 to 5000 __over 5000

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