HealthITAnalytics.com > Big Data

Big Data

Geisinger Health System is the first healthcare organization to go live on Pennsylvania’s Research and Education Network (PennREN), a $100 million broadband backbone running between more »

If there’s one major problem with deciding to invest in big data analytics, it’s figuring out what, exactly, that means.  After all, “big data” encompasses more »

Patient-generated health data, and the ability of healthcare providers to accept, view, exchange, and use such data to make better treatment decisions, are some of more »

Healthcare organizations may be in hot pursuit of business intelligence solutions that harness the best of their big data and provide actionable insights with clinical more »

Big data analytics will help to spur research into cancer and diseases caused by genetics with a trio of new collaborations. Several recently announced collaborations more »

How can big data from internet searches translate into predictive analytics for emergency department utilization? If a patient is Googling “concussion symptoms” at 11:30 PM, more »

A new research center at UCLA will combine bioinformatics, big data analytics, and genetics to pursue breakthroughs in personalized medicine. Researchers and faculty at UCLA more »

What goals should providers have in mind for 2015 as big data analytics, data governance, and population health management begin to build steam? New Year’s more »

IBM’s supercomputer will have a chance to stretch its muscles at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) thanks to a new multi-million dollar contract to more »

How will big data, clinical analytics, and population health management impact the healthcare industry in 2015? Healthcare organizations that spent most of 2014 fighting off more »

As HealthITAnalytics prepares to join the healthcare industry in celebrating the end of a busy, successful, eventful year, we would like to take the opportunity more »

Big data, population health, and predictive analytics were among the most popular discussion topics on HealthITAnalytics in 2014. Between the start of Stage 2 meaningful more »

A number of research centers will collaborate on epilepsy research thanks to a $27.3 million investment from the NIH. Case Western Reserve University has been more »

2015 won’t just be the year of wearable devices and big data: it will also be the year of data standards and interoperability. Predictive analytics, more »

Overcoming the infrastructure challenges of harnessing big data in the healthcare environment will be critical for better population health management. The Department of Health and more »

Big data analytics may become routine in the next few years, but patient engagement, revenue cycle management, and population health will remain significant challenges. Healthcare more »

CMS has tapped Niall Brennan to lead its big data analytics efforts as head of the new Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics. The Centers more »

The $694.7 million predictive analytics market in North America is slated to grow at a 24.5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) until 2019, says a more »

Healthcare organizations must be sure that they are collecting big data for the right reasons in the right ways. There’s nothing more frustrating than searching more »

Adoption of big data analytics faces a number of hurdles, despite the perception of analytics as a key driver for growth. Big data analytics may more »

How can healthcare harness the Internet of Things for richer clinical analytics and population health management? The “Internet of Things” may seem like yet another more »

In order to harness big data effectively for population health research, studies must better document their search results in tools like Google Trends. Google is more »

Big data analytics is a top priority for nearly 90% of healthcare organizations seeking to improve clinical quality and gain market share. Eighty-nine percent of more »

A series of discussions about the role of big data in healthcare, led by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will take place across the nation. more »

IBM Watson has had its digital fingers in any number of healthcare pies during the past two years or so, and is now hiring out more »

  • Featured Resource

HealthITAnalytics
x

Sign up for our free weekly newsletter and stay up to date with tips and advice on:

  • Population Health
  • Clinical Analytics
  • Business Intelligence

no, thanks

Our privacy policy