Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data


HHS: Data Access, Analytics Are Essential for Patient-Centered Care

January 10, 2019 - Healthcare organizations are making progress towards a more interoperable data ecosystem, but patients, providers, and payers are still facing data access, integration, and analytics challenges that are holding back the promise of patient-centered care, says HHS. In its annual report to Congress on the state of the health IT environment, HHS stressed the central importance of data for...

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