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Getting behind the science: Program integrity, predictive analytics and best practices

Whether you pluck the petals from a daisy or gaze into a crystal ball, the traditional means of predicting and influencing future events has always carried a high degree of risk. Fortunately, when it comes to analyzing claims data, there are proven methodologies —predictive analytics — that states can use to help assess the validity […]
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Better predictive modeling requires bigger, more varied, higher quality data sets

In a previous blog about predictive analytics, we discussed how comprehensive health care data is necessary for a high degree of prediction. In this post, we’ll discuss the variables that increase predictive accuracy. The larger the better. As the sample size of a predictive model grows, the model’s uncertainty level and degree of bias decreases. […]
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