Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data
  • Collaboration, Big Data Help Phoenix Children’s Focus on Value-Based Care

    June 19, 2017 - Mergers, acquisitions, and new partnerships can be a scary prospect for healthcare organizations, no matter which side of the negotiating table they are occupying. In addition to potential cultural changes, staffing adjustments, and new workflows to adopt, organizations joining forces in the era of value-based care often have to adopt to new electronic health record systems and accept different...

  • Video Analytics, Machine Learning Can Aid Mental Healthcare

    June 14, 2017 - Mental healthcare is one of the most complex fields of clinical study, requiring providers to blend the regulation of physiological functions with the delicate nuances of psychological and emotional distress.  Understanding what a patient is feeling, predicting how they will react to environmental and biological stressors, and then striking the right balance between human empathy and...

  • Top 10 Challenges of Big Data Analytics in Healthcare

    June 12, 2017 - Big data analytics is turning out to be one of the toughest undertakings in recent memory for the healthcare industry.  Providers who have barely come to grips with putting data into their electronic health records (EHR) are now being asked to pull actionable insights out of them – and apply those learnings to complicated initiatives that directly impact their reimbursement rates....

  • Which Healthcare Data is Important for Population Health Management?

    June 8, 2017 - From claims to electronic health records to input from the Internet of Things, healthcare organizations have a whole lot of data on their hands. Big data has become one of the industry’s most precious business assets, but it can often be difficult to know which of these data types are most valuable for specific strategic tasks. After all, providers don’t rely on the same information...


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Collaboration, Big Data Help Phoenix Children’s Focus on Value-Based Care

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