DATA MINING: More companies find value in once-overlooked info

IMMEDIATE ACCESS: Dr. Edward McGookin, chief medical officer for Coastal Medical Inc., will soon be able to submit patient data in real time to Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, rather than the two to three weeks it takes for a claim to be processed, thanks to an electronic medical records system the insurer is rolling out with Coastal. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
IMMEDIATE ACCESS: Dr. Edward McGookin, chief medical officer for Coastal Medical Inc., will soon be able to submit patient data in real time to Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, rather than the two to three weeks it takes for a claim to be processed, thanks to an electronic medical records system the insurer is rolling out with Coastal. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
John Sullivan starts each workday logging on to his company’s Tableau account. With a few clicks in the data-visualization program, Sullivan, who serves as BankNewport’s executive vice president for digital and technology strategy, is presented with a dizzying array of charts and tables. The information can be manipulated to show the smallest details, such as…

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