Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data

EHR Backlash

Will Big Data Analytics Rescue Lackluster Electronic Health Records?

September 18, 2017 - Big data analytics are “extremely important” for helping healthcare organizations see a return on their electronic health records (EHRs) investments, according to 83 percent of stakeholders participating in a recent Health Catalyst survey. Frustration and disappointment with EHRs remains high, the poll of 1100 professionals revealed, but providers are eagerly anticipating a future...


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Can $10B Solve Healthcare’s Big Data Analytics, Productivity Woes?

by Jennifer Bresnick

“Give me a lever long enough and a firm place to stand, and I shall move the world,” declared Archimedes in defense of the notion that with the right tools in place, the targeted application of a little force could shift a mass that...

Can Artificial Intelligence Relieve Electronic Health Record Burnout?

by Jennifer Bresnick

Healthcare providers still facing frustrations years after switching to electronic health records (EHRs) may soon find some relief from burnout as artificial intelligence moves closer to reality, suggests a viewpoint article published in JMIR...

AMA: Physicians Love Their Jobs Despite EHR, Financial Woes

by Jennifer Bresnick

Physician dissatisfaction might not be quite as rampant as EHR naysayers are apt to believe, according to new survey results from the American Medical Association.  Despite the challenges brought on by regulatory and reimbursement changes,...

EHRs Can’t Keep Up with Healthcare Analytics Abilities, Needs

by Jennifer Bresnick

The electronic health record simply isn’t evolving quickly enough to keep up with rapid innovations in healthcare big data analytics and the increasingly complex needs of end-users, says an editorial published in the Journal of the American...

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