Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data
  • EHR, Big Data Analytics Success Hinges on Holistic Change Management

    March 23, 2017 - The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus probably didn’t have electronic health records, value-based care, and big data analytics in mind when he said that “change is the only constant in life,” but most modern healthcare organizations can’t help but acknowledge the eternal truth of his words. Effective and positive change management is a perennial struggle for providers,...

  • Lack of Talent, Direction Afflict Healthcare Data Analytics Plans

    March 22, 2017 - Healthcare organizations are eager to dive into big data analytics projects that improve clinical quality and reduce inefficiencies, but a chronic lack of qualified talent, concerns about interoperability, and uncertainty over where to start are still presenting some major challenges. An online poll of HealthITAnalytics.com readers found that half of organizations are seeking data science...

  • APIs Boost Care Coordination, Data Exchange at Northwell Health

    March 20, 2017 - Northwell Health, the largest hospital system in the most populous metro region in the country, has a lot on its plate when it comes to conducting care coordination activities for more than 8 million people.   With 21 hospitals, over 2700 employed physicians, a medical school, and an extensive long-term care and rehab network under its umbrella, smooth and seamless data exchange is a...

  • Precision Medicine, Population Health Share Strategies and Goals

    March 14, 2017 - Any organization that wants to have a hope of functioning smoothly divides its operations into distinct departments, each of which is in charge of a specific process.  Every member of the team contributes to the organization’s ultimate outcome, but their day-to-day tasks tend to keep them siloed with likeminded peers, working busily on the intricacies of a narrowly-defined set of...


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EHR, Big Data Analytics Success Hinges on Holistic Change Management

The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus probably didn’t have electronic health records, value-based care, and big data analytics in mind when he said that “change is the only constant in life,” but most modern healthcare organizations...

SAP Joins Hyperledger, Building Healthcare Blockchain Momentum

Hyperledger, the cross-industry collaboration focused on operationalizing blockchain technology, is welcoming SAP to its ranks of “Premier” members, setting up an opportunity for another major companies with healthcare interests to...

Lack of Talent, Direction Afflict Healthcare Data Analytics Plans

Healthcare organizations are eager to dive into big data analytics projects that improve clinical quality and reduce inefficiencies, but a chronic lack of qualified talent, concerns about interoperability, and uncertainty over where to start...

Population Health Management May Worsen Physician Shortage

As the financial and professional environment for clinicians keeps getting tougher and tougher, the healthcare system is likely to continue experiencing a significant physician shortage, with up to 105,000 vacant positions expected by 2030, says...

30-Day Patient Mortality Rates Drop During Hospital Inspections

30-day patient mortality rates notably drop in hospitals experiencing surprise quality inspections conducted by The Joint Commission (TJC), says an article from JAMA Internal Medicine, indicating that clinicians may not always be on their absolute...

YMCA Diabetes Management Program Saves $1100 per Patient a Year

The YMCA may not be a traditional healthcare provider, but its widely acclaimed diabetes management program sets a good example for organizations seeking innovative ways to boost patients’ chronic care skills while cutting costs. The program,...

APIs Boost Care Coordination, Data Exchange at Northwell Health

Northwell Health, the largest hospital system in the most populous metro region in the country, has a lot on its plate when it comes to conducting care coordination activities for more than 8 million people.   With 21 hospitals, over 2700...

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