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Chronic disease patients in upstate New York will get a little extra help staying out of the hospital from the University of Buffalo School of more »

Healthcare is starting to get more personal. As the finance and entertainment industries have become on-demand, consumer-driven fields in the recent past, healthcare, too, is more »

Better staff education, clinical analytics, and new care coordination techniques that improved EHR documentation nearly eliminated patient safety risks from improper heparin administration at Carilion more »

The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) has announced the rebranding of its Center for Healthcare Technology, a program focused on helping providers make efficient, more »

While “population health management” may be one of those terms that means something different to each person who hears it, the words capture the overall more »

The Michigan Health and Hospital Association (MHA) Keystone Center is taking a proactive step towards accountable care and quality improvements by bringing clinical analytics to more »

Patients who self-identified as gay, lesbian, or bisexual in the 2013 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) showed distinct patterns in health disparities that could help more »

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) isn’t just ready to mine the big data mountain: they’re already swinging the pickaxe.  The Big Data to Knowledge more »

The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model is emerging as one of the most effective tools for a healthcare organization interested in population health management, accountable 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 »

The Office of the National Coordinator is challenging providers to use their EHRs, clinical decision support systems, and population health management techniques to reduce hypertension more »

The patient engagement, population health, and clinical analytics markets seem to hold nearly endless possibilities for innovation and experimentation, fostered in large part by digital more »

The human brain may be nature’s finest computer, but artificial intelligences fed on big data are making a convincing challenge for the crown.  In the 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 »

While the Centers for Disease Control asserts that hospital-acquired infections are on the decline thanks to financial quality penalties and a closer focus on patient 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 »

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 »

A third of healthcare representatives polled by KPMG believe that value-based reimbursement arrangements will have a negative effect on the revenue cycle, with 12% anticipating 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 »

Eighty-four percent of financially insecure hospitals are putting off investments in population health management and clinical analytics infrastructure, says a new survey by Black Book more »

The University of North Dakota’s State Board of Higher Education is slated to vote on the foundation of a new clinical analytics and disease data more »

A first-of-its kind patient registry targeting diabetes will bring clinical analytics to a multitude of specialties and research partners, announced Joslin Diabetes Center, pharmaceutical maker more »

While the emergency department exists primarily to handle the unexpected, healthcare organizations don’t have to rely on a wait-and-see approach in order to properly allocate more »

Pfizer and the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Oncology Research Program have awarded grants to six research and academic institutions focused on consumer education, medical more »

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