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Healthcare organizations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania are teaming up to leverage big data analytics in pursuit of new healthcare technologies and treatments.  The Pittsburgh Health Data more »

The adoption of big data analytics technologies is a top priority for the majority of hospitals currently entrenched in healthcare’s greatest challenges: the shift to more »

The National Institutes of Health, the FDA, and a consortium of other public and private healthcare partners have announced the launch of a new big more »

Healthcare organizations are becoming increasingly aware that the future of financial sustainability and care quality will rely on a robust health IT infrastructure that enables more »

Healthcare is moving quickly and irreversibly into a new era of risk-based accountable care in which predictive analytics and big data are crucial tools for more »

Last week, the White House announced a new addition to the nation’s top technology team, just in time to get President Obama’s precision medicine initiative more »

Personalized genomic tests may be an integral part of the nation’s new focus on precision medicine, but patients who indulge their curiosity with cheap, at-home more »

The FDA is combining big data analytics and genomics in its GenomeTrakr database to pinpoint the source and cause of foodborne illness outbreaks.  The database, more »

Healthcare providers may approach team-based clinical care with various degrees of willingness, but when it comes to big data analytics, collaboration is the name of more »

Of all the areas of medicine that could benefit from the number-crunching power big data analytics, cancer care might be at the top of the more »

Indiana University (IU) School of Nursing and ChaCha,an online and mobile publisher,that provides a question and answer service through text messages, have partnered together to more »

It’s been six years since the number of internet-connected electronic devices surpassed the number of people who own them, the FTC says in a new 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 »

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 »

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 »

Recently, in the world of healthcare IT, there has been an increased focus on the usability and design of EHR systems: • The handling of more »

The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) is welcoming Scott Whyte as the newest member of its Board of Directors, the organization announced today.  Whyte, 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 »

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 »

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 computer algorithm can produce more complete and organized clinical documentation from the same information as a human, claims a new study. Chalk another one more »

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