Posts Tagged ‘Analytics’

Top 10 Healthcare Analytics Trends for 2016 [Infographic]

As more and more go-lives are completed and hospital staff are trained for EHR utilization, "healthcare analytics" is a topic increasingly brought up in conversation among health IT professionals and physicians. In 2016,  healthcare organizations will continue to focus on analytics and the ability to transform large amounts of data into meaningful information that can be utilized […]

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How Analytics Will Jump to the Forefront of Business Strategy by 2020

As more healthcare organizations implement electronic health records, medical schools implement big data and healthcare analytics programs and the pace of business continues to escalate, more business leaders will want to know the right insights at exactly the right time. Enter analytics, still a relatively unchartered territory that’s expected to gain significant ground over the […]

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Survey: Health Systems Lack Strategy to Analyze Big Data

Though many health system stakeholders agree that understanding healthcare analytics can help organizations improve quality of care and reduce costs, they are still defining their enterprise-level big data analytics strategies and investments, according to a new Deloitte survey. The 2015 U.S. Hospital and Health System Analytics Survey, which targeted health systems with revenue of $500 million […]

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10 Predictions for Healthcare IT in 2015

The dizzying pace of change in healthcare IT shows no signs of slowdown, say industry analysts at IDC, a leading IT advisory firm. The group is forecasting increased spending on technologies that improve data security and manage healthcare costs. Other trends that may drive healthcare IT investments include a “focus on consumer experience and engagement, […]

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Ebola, EHR and Teaching Moments

An Ebola patient is seen in the ED and discharged. The hospital points to its EHR software as the culprit. Alas, if it were only that simple. In fact, as we all are now aware, the EHR has been exonerated (in an unusual and carefully worded clarification). The patient has died. And we as physicians […]

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Health IT First Movers May Enjoy Competitive Edge, Faster Growth

Most healthcare organizations are conservative when it comes to investing in new technologies, but a new report suggests early adoption of social, mobile, analytic, cloud and machine-to-machine technologies are hallmarks of higher growth rates and market leadership. The findings come from a new study, The Digital Dividend: First Mover Advantage, conducted for Verizon by the Harvard […]

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AMDIS 2014: A View From The Edge

With more acronyms than you can shake an EHR at, the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems (AMDIS) Physician-Computer Connection Symposium was a conference with an edge – at times edgy with dissonance, at times pushing to the edge of our knowledge and capabilities, at times the cutting edge of growth and change. Held […]

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