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Healthcare Payers

Why an “Empty Desire” for Big Data is Inhibiting Value-Based Care

April 20, 2017 - For the most part, the healthcare industry has embraced the idea that access to big data is a critical part of doing business in the modern care environment.  But there’s a major difference between having big data and leveraging it effectively for cutting costs and improving quality. The chasm is growing between organizations that simply have access to data and those who know how...


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Why an “Empty Desire” for Big Data is Inhibiting Value-Based Care

by Jennifer Bresnick

For the most part, the healthcare industry has embraced the idea that access to big data is a critical part of doing business in the modern care environment.  But there’s a major difference between having big data and leveraging it...

95% See Population Health as Critical, but Worry about Payment

by Thomas Beaton

While the vast majority of healthcare organizations view population health management as a critical part of their financial future, providers are experiencing several challenges as they try to implement these strategies, including policy and...

Can Blockchain Give Healthcare Payers Better Analytical Insight?

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by Jennifer Bresnick

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97% Say Big Data Analytics Crucial for Healthcare Benefit Choices

by Jennifer Bresnick

Ninety-seven percent of human resources professionals believe that big data analytics are “essential” for making organizational decisions about healthcare benefits and wellness programs, according to a new poll from Geneia and the...

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