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Sep 24, 2020

Duplicate the Power BI and Azure efforts Humana, a US-based health and well-being organization, uses to create a single self-service reporting platform that builds a unified profile of their members. This enables Humana to proactively reduce members’ health risks with access to key services and healthcare.

Power BI offers flexibility for users to ask questions of their data and conduct ad-hoc analysis, while also updating reports with new material in a shorter amount of time. Sean Chandler, Business Intelligence Engineer for Humana, shows Jeremy Chapman how they've approached self-service reporting for their team, from building query optimized schemas to identifying the right filters and visualization.

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