IT’S A MAD[LIBS] WORLD07/28/2016
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We had a lot of fun at a recent Health Data Management conference when we created a MadLib for attendees to complete after one of the sessions. Take a break and have some fun with a healthcare analytics MadLib!

MadLibs How-To (in case it’s been awhile):
Don’t read the story yet!
First, creatively complete the list of words to the right
Then, add your creative words to the story
Finally, read the MadLib and Laugh Out Loud

 

 

 

[Creatively] Complete Me to Craft the Story

New [Quality] Analytics Needed ASAP [MadLib]

It’s another exciting day to be an analytics director!

The CQO just called; she needs to know how to report on [favorite disease]. Turns out the [acronym] Agency made an unexpected visit to your hospital this week. They found [adjective] deficiencies in the [favorite EMR module name] workflow. You get that [any emotion but happy] feeling in the pit of your stomach; this means another [adjective] round of scoping, definition and prioritization, not to mention report development. Too bad you already have your hands full doing exactly that to comply with [favorite new healthcare initiative]!

The CQO sends you a list of requirements and the names of her top subject matter experts, [favorite actor][Disney character], and [political figure] so you can get rolling. You reach out to your [favorite super hero] team, notifying them of the new focus, and then you begin scheduling [favorite number] meetings to outline analytic goals, whiteboard visualizations, mock up a data model and hold people’s time for data validation. It’s a good thing your team started implementing [favorite analytic tool] and [favorite analytics buzzword] – this will really help speed up the development process and ensure that the data you use is [adjective] scrubbed, consumed and distributed. If only those efforts could be done in time to help put out fires for your CQO!

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