Updated for Tableau 9 this second edition of The Best Boring Book EverTM of Tableau for Healthcare is the first and only one of its kind. Designed specifically for healthcare professionals by the healthcare, data-visualization, and report-design experts at HealthDataViz, this book introduces and details Tableau Desktop’s outstanding data-analysis and dashboard-creation features. The first half of the book is designed so that any chapter the reader chooses enables creation of a chart and dashboard from start to finish. Each includes: ·Discussion of a particular chart type and its use(s) ·Explanation of source and meaning of example data ·Logical, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for building a chart ·Detailed screen shots of each step with call-outs on tips, tricks and best practices ·Crucial insight into the core narrative of each finished chart ·Concise, handy HDVizoomTM quick-reference presentation of each chapter’s complete instructions The book’s second half addresses intermediate to advanced topics: data source manipulation, parameters, calculated fields, table calculations, level of detail expressions (new in Tableau 9!), forecasting, tooltips, Story Points, and report distribution. Clearly explained sample dashboards in the final chapter offer effective models to guide and inspire readers as they create their own. Bonus resource! The data used for each example in this book is available for download at HealthDataViz.com, allowing users to enjoy a full immersive learning experience with real, current healthcare data.
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Dan Benevento is a data visualization consultant and trainer with a passion for using healthcare data to save the world. A black belt in the use and application of Tableau, Dan has collaborated with IT teams at leading companies and organizations nationwide to build data bases and create hundreds of time-saving, high-impact reports and dashboards. His interactive dashboards and reports custom designed for leaders in all healthcare sectors have streamlined medical procedures, lowered costs, and made patients safer. The Tableau curriculum Dan designed and built shortens the learning curve for new practitioners, and ensures that current users stay up to date on data visualization best practices. Dan holds an A.B. in Social Studies from Harvard University. His passionate devotion to world-saving through healthcare data also extends to climbing cliffs, surfing waves, strumming guitars, and savoring fancy cheeses. (Though an expert multi-tasker, he does not usually do all of these simultaneously.) Katherine Rowell is co-founder and principal of HealthDataViz, a Boston firm that specializes in helping healthcare organizations organize, design, and present visual displays of data to inform their decisions and stimulate effective action. She advises providers, payers, policymakers and regulatory agencies how to align systems, de- sign reports, and develop staff to communicate healthcare data clearly. Kathy holds a BS in Business Management and a Master’s in Health Administration from the University of New Hampshire, and an MS from Dartmouth Medical School. A former member of the faculty of Brandeis University’s Medical Informatics Graduate Program, Kathy continues to serve on its Advisory Committee. She is a recipient of the prestigious Partners in Excellence Award for leadership and innovation.
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