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The journey toward better patient care never really ends

Take a look at the Oakland Athletics baseball team today and it may not seem like much of a success story. The team hasn’t won a World Series since 1989 and has made the playoffs only eight times in the past 17 years. They aren’t that good, right? Peer deeper and you’ll discover that the […]
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The right data can mean the difference between winning and losing

In the early 2000s, the Oakland Athletics were the measuring stick for how to win ballgames. The A’s won more than 100 games in both 2002 and 2003. They made the playoffs four consecutive years. And the team did it with the sixth-smallest payroll in Major League Baseball. General manager Billy Beane was the mastermind […]
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