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The Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) must be adequately funded to continue its important work on interoperability and data standards, care quality, and patient more »

For a large healthcare organization like Seattle Children’s Hospital, the amount of clinical and administrative data constantly rolling in can be staggering.  A robust data more »

Many healthcare organizations are still working on understanding how clinical and financial data can be transformed into actionable insights, but IBM’s Watson supercomputer may be more »

In the first post of this series, we introduced the power of electronic health record (EHR) data and how it can completely transform a health more »

Big data will only be getting bigger over the next few years as the global market for analytics technology continues to grow at a staggering more »

Hospital executives may be so intent on building a serviceable data analytics infrastructure that they are putting ICD-10, value-based reimbursement contracts, and population health management more »

The healthcare industry might finally be waking up to the possibilities of big data and clinical analytics, but the marketplace for analytics solutions is still more »

While healthcare organizations are still striving to understand the scope and usefulness of big data for clinical analytics and financial insights, some data scientists and more »

The current rush to unlock the power of big data for healthcare analytics is leading to some significant business opportunities in a variety of market more »

Much of the recent buzz around keeping patients healthier for longer has revolved around how patients manage their own care between provider visits.  Keeping patients more »

Universal, zero-footprint viewers help clinicians streamline diagnosis, improve result turnaround time and facilitate communication and sharing with patients, but how “universal” must these viewers be more »

Medication management tools, including computerized physician order entry (CPOE), medication analytics, and adverse drug event surveillance software, will be worth more than $1.624 billion by more »

Developing a clinical analytics infrastructure that actually brings value to an organization is a tall order for most hospitals and healthcare providers.  With the market more »

Hospitals are starting to invest more heavily in population health management applications such as community outreach and patient acuity software, and are doing their best more »

Data development and analytics within commercial life sciences enterprises are moving from a dictatorship to a democracy – a shift with serious implications for enterprise more »

Healthcare providers have a poor grasp of the impact EHRs and other health IT on patient safety, says a new RAND Corporation report, and few more »

The 16th annual “Most Wired” hospitals survey has produced a crop of healthcare organizations with a few big things in common: clinical analytics, patient engagement, more »

Epic Systems doesn’t just have the hospital EHR market locked down – they’re a heavy favorite in the business intelligence arena, as well.  According to more »

When it comes to healthcare, more data is usually better.  Physicians can only make correct diagnoses and prescribe the most effective treatments if they have more »

Pulling together the building blocks for a robust population health management program can be an expensive and difficult proposition.  From infrastructure investments to EHR upgrades more »

While chief medical information officers (CMIOs) are generally satisfied with their role in fostering clinical analytics and overseeing health IT infrastructures in hospitals and health more »

More than 80% of hospitals are currently using cloud-based services for vital infrastructure tasks such as health information exchange, data backup and storage, and disaster more »

In yet another unfortunate “what not to do with healthcare” example from the government, officials at the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs more »

The clinical analytics technology market is slated to grow at a 44.15% CAGR to reach $12.26 billion by 2019, says a Research and Markets report, more »

Now that the healthcare informatics industry has figured out how to harvest Big Data, the next big challenge is figuring out how to display the more »

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