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A new round of HHS State Innovation grants will foster care coordination, healthcare analytics, and payment reforms. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) more »

All different types of data may ultimately boil down to a string of zeroes and ones, but health IT and clinical analytics systems must work more »

Electronic monitoring of opioid prescription data can improve medication reconciliation and reduce patient safety risks. Close to 60% of patients who are taking opioids for more »

KLAS Research’s second annual rankings of population health management software vendors show just how quickly the market for such analytics and patient stratification technologies is more »

Why do payers think that healthcare data analytics won’t be able to rise to the challenges of cost-cutting and other reforms? Healthcare might be at more »

Population health, data sharing, and continued health IT adoption are major goals in the ONC’s updated strategic plan. The ONC is updating its Federal Health more »

EHR adopters are largely driven by penalties and incentives. Could clinical analytics benefit from the same? EHR adoption is a critical precursor for the development more »

Using healthcare informatics to turn EHR data into phenotypes will speed research and clinical analytics. Electronic health records may be great at collecting and storing more »

EHR interoperability and data standards will get a boost from vendor and providers commitment to the new Argonaut Project. A consortium of EHR developers, healthcare more »

Public health departments are often frustrated in their attempts to improve chronic disease management by a lack of data. Public health departments in large urban more »

Interoperability is often described as the ability of disparate EHR systems to directly exchange data in a standardized way, but truly effective interoperable health information more »

Population health management techniques must be based in bigger data than the EHR can provide, say the ONC and JASON in a new report. Translating more »

Medication adherence is a pervasive, expensive, multi-faceted problem in the healthcare industry, costing hundreds of billions of dollars a year in preventable spending.  While patients more »

EHR alarm fatigue and poor EHR data integrity issues top ECRI’s annual list of health IT hazards and patient safety risks. A lack of health more »

A focus on patient safety through advanced EHR use has helped the UIHC snag the 2014 HIMSS Davies Award. University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics 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 »

A study on EHR optimization hopes to help providers leverage health IT without succumbing to productivity losses or adversely affecting the quality of care. A more »

Big data, clinical analytics, and data standards will be key to overall quality improvement in the healthcare system, the ONC says in a new roadmap. more »

Value-based reimbursement is moving quickly towards the mainstream, but organizations lack the clinical analytics technology to help them make the switch. Most providers agree that 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 »

Health information exchanges are becoming increasingly important for population health management and clinical analytics in an era of interoperability. With the tight focus on EHR more »

While EHR adoption has hit the big leagues, data interoperability, clinical analytics, and population health management are still significantly lagging behind. Hospital executives and clinical more »

The new electronic monitoring database aims to help reduce substance abuse and provide better coordination of care. Pennsylvania will establish a statewide prescription drug database more »

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