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A New Data Warehouse and Dashboard System for Medical Education

Last updated: April 30, 2020
Author: Jason Ladicos
One45 Data Warehouse

Most medical schools use a number of systems to track the performance of their programs and learners. Those systems don’t talk to each other so information ends up siloed in each system. All of the information captured in Excel spreadsheets makes it nearly impossible to get a complete picture of how your program or learners are performing.

Preparation for a committee meeting or a 1-1 with a student requires hours of work to track down the data you need, export the data from the system of record, and then transform the data into something you can analyze and share.

One45 Analytics uses a centralized data warehouse to consolidate the data scattered across your systems and spreadsheets. Data collected by One45 Analytics goes through a customizable transformation process to clean up inconsistencies between your source systems and documents.

One45 Analytics gives your teams a trusted data source. Our data warehouse powers our interactive reports and dashboards. Visualizing your data lets everyone from your student affairs office to your curriculum committee to make data-informed decisions in minutes.

When we started One45 we transformed how medical education programs thought about organizing and collecting their data through curriculum mapping, scheduling and student evaluations. Now, we are extending those capabilities to enable medical schools to bring together all their data from across systems to provide a holistic view of performance and enable data-driven decisions.  

Jason Ladicos

About Jason Ladicos

Jason is One45's Product Designer. Having provided technical support for a number of web-based projects at the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine early in his career, he has a hands-on understanding of the unique needs of medical school users. Jason has been involved in One45's user interface design since 2002 and he is an invited expert in the Medbiquitous Competencies Working Group.