Big Data and Data Analytics
Data is at the forefront of decision making, however traditional data management processes are struggling to cope with the emergence of big data. New sources of information, the variety of data available and the speed with which it is created has changed the very landscape of data management. Organisations are presented with the challenge of managing the combination of structured and unstructured data and identifying what information is relevant and critical to decision making.
General Dynamics IT provides integrated solutions that help organisations process, identify, capture, store, manage and secure mission critical information. Advanced analytic tools facilitate the efficient management of the challenges presented by big data, by providing useable, accurate information and actionable insights. This enables a deeper understanding of trends critical to decision making, time sensitive data management and the delivery of organisational efficiencies.
General Dynamics IT combines 40 years of data management experience and a vendor-neutral approach to deliver solutions that meet our clients’ missions.
- Intelligence and predictive analysis
- Cyber security
- Social media sentiment analysis
- Claims and tax fraud detection
- Fraud, waste and abuse
- Quality measurement, performance and payment services
- Asset management and logistics
National Health Service (NHS) Calculating Quality Reporting Service
General Dynamics IT is supporting the UK Department of Health to develop the new Calculating Quality Reporting Service (CQRS) solution for calculating healthcare quality measures and performance-based payments for General Practitioners (GPs). The CQRS implementation will bring the NHS to the forefront in pay-for-performance practices and will provide the NHS with a more flexible solution that calculates GP achievements and payments.
Chronic Condition Data Warehouse (CCW)
General Dynamics IT supports the Chronic Condition Data Warehouse (CCW), the national Medicare and Medicaid research database. The CCW contains more than 11 years of data on beneficiary enrollment, administrative claims, prescription drug events and assessments as well as other types of related data. These longitudinal data are linked, by beneficiary, across the continuum of care, making Medicare and Medicaid data more readily available and easier to use. The CCW provides a comprehensive data source for Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) and a variety of studies, including those examining small populations and relatively rare events.