Craig Dickstein, an independent Consultant, works with clients and select project teams to implement customized business technology solutions for the healthcare industry. A SAS user since 1978, he has significant experience developing and managing SAS applications and teaching SAS programming for healthcare analysts. With a Master's degree in statistics, Craig served as Director of Statistical Services with Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Hampshire. He has a long history of SAS user group involvement and has been a frequent invited speaker. Craig is a co-author of Administrative Healthcare Data: A Guide to Its Origin, Content, and Application Using SAS for SAS Press and a Business Knowledge Series course author/instructor on the same subject for SAS Education Division.
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Administrative Healthcare Data: A Guide to Its Origin, Content, and Application Using SAS®
Explains the source and content of administrative healthcare data, which is the product of financial reimbursement for healthcare services. The book integrates the business knowledge of healthcare data with practical and pertinent case studies as shown in SAS Enterprise Guide.
*Replaces Health Care Data and SAS®
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