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06-3-2015 | Business Analytics
While “Big Data” and analytics are among the most widely discussed topics in healthcare today, many healthcare organizations are still just beginning to grapple with why and how best they should incorporate analytics into their operations in order to better understand the reams of data new health IT is helping them collect.
06-3-2015 | Quality
While “Big Data” and analytics are among the most widely discussed topics in healthcare today, many healthcare organizations are still just beginning to grapple with why and how best they should incorporate analytics into their operations in order to better understand the reams of data new health IT is helping them collect.
05-29-2015 | Workforce Development
Nominations for Healthcare IT News’ annual BEST Hospital IT Departments program open today, May 28.
05-28-2015 | Business Analytics
Rishi Sikka, MD, senior vice president of clinical transformation at Chicago’s Advocate Health Care, one of the nation’s largest ACOs, will deliver a featured presentation at the HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Big Data & Healthcare Analytics Forum, June 30-July 1 in New York City.
05-21-2015 | Business Analytics
Carolinas HealthCare System Chief Clinical Officer discusses his use of data and analytics at the HIMSS Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum on Friday, June 19 in New York City.
05-20-2015 | Patient Safety
"Patient engagement" may not be new, but it certainly requires new ways of thinking about healthcare services.
05-20-2015 | Mobile Health
Providers and payers may end up doing most of the work of healthcare reform, but non-traditional players are going to make some real contributions, too.
05-20-2015 | Patient Safety
Providers and payers may end up doing most of the work of healthcare reform, but non-traditional players are going to make some real contributions, too.
05-20-2015 | Privacy & Security
Providers and payers may end up doing most of the work of healthcare reform, but non-traditional players are going to make some real contributions, too.