As health systems increase their focus on improving clinical performance, they rely on clinical analytics from different sources to identify opportunities for improvement. Although the process of aggregating, organizing, and deriving analytic insight from data is complex, Holly Rimmasch, Chief Clinical Officer, SVP, and General Manager of Clinical Quality Analytics at Health Catalyst, explains why it’s critical for health systems’ survival. She also takes a deep dive into the following four domains of clinical analytics, showing how healthcare organizations can take their data farther and scale long-lasting clinical improvements: 1. Data acquisition. 2. Clinical analytics usage. 3. Unrealized opportunities of clinical analytics. 4. Patient engagement.