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organization is doing overall regarding turnover, how they compare to other organizations in the extensive HealthStream database, identify which areas have the most severe problems, and even pinpoint which managers are correlated with the highest turnover rate.” The Future of Data Analytics and Visualization in Healthcare Organizations are beginning to be comfortable using data to guide decision-making and consumer applications, and this is promoting change. “I could see people relying on a data application that uses data to formulate a list of action items that a person needs to do,” Gemignani says. “I think we’ll see analytics being built into workflows in such a way that it helps guide and inform your options where you don’t even feel like you’re interacting with data. I can see analytics moving away from the kind of heavy dashboards and self- service business intelligence tools toward more lightweight things that are almost embedded into the way people work on a day-to-day basis.” Gemignani also predicts that data storytelling is going to be important in the future of data analytics in “We believe that analytics needs to move in a direction of being very clear in what it’s helping you achieve. People have come to the realization that all the data in the world does not help you if it’s not focused, if it doesn’t help you solve specific problems, and if it doesn’t guide you through that data in a way that’s going to be really easy to understand.” healthcare. He explains, “We believe that analytics needs to move in a direction of being very clear in what it’s helping you achieve. People have come to the realization that all the data in the world does not help you if it’s not focused, if it doesn’t help you solve specific problems, and if it doesn’t guide you through that data in a way that’s going to be really easy to understand.” Zach Gemignani is co-founder and CEO of Juice Analytics where he is helping transform how people communicate with data. Headquartered in Nashville, Juice has used a decade of client experience to create Juicebox, a SaaS platform for delivering interactive data-storytelling applications to help everyday information workers make smarter decisions. Zach’s efforts have focused on business development, product direction, and information design. Zach is the author of a popular Wiley book entitled Data Fluency: Empowering Your Organization with Effective Data Communication. In addition, he has been on the leadership committee for the Nashville Analytic Summit for the last four years and was named a Most Admired CEO by the Nashville Business Journal in 2017. During his management consultant career with Diamond Technology Consultants and Booz Allen, Zach focused on information-intensive businesses such as credit cards and banking. At AOL, he led efforts to bring analytical rigor to the broadband programming and advertising groups. Zach has an MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Management and a BS in Economics from Haverford College. HealthStream.com/contact • 800.521.0574 •  A-40032-0519