Posts in Category: analytics

Health IT spending study identifies value-based care, analytics as top priorities 

Healthcare providers are prioritizing value-based payment models in 2018 IT budgets and data analytics is the category most likely to see an increase in spending, according to a survey from healthcare advisory firm Damo Consulting.

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Visit LUMEDX at ACC.18 and NCDR.18 in Orlando 

Join LUMEDX at the American College of Cardiology 67th Annual Scientific Session & Expo (ACC.18)—the largest gathering of innovative cardiovascular products and services under one roof—and the National Cardiovascular Data Registry Annual Conference (NCDR.18), a 2½-day program held right before ACC.18 that aims to help hospitals and health systems blaze trails in quality improvement.

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Value-based care is here to stay, will get boost from analytics, study says 

​​​​Despite 2017’s cancellation of mandatory bundled payments, the value-based care movement in the United States is still healthy and will benefit in 2018 from analytics, according to a report from Washington, D.C.-based healthcare consulting firm Avalere.

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Full-scale adoption of AI still a long way away, new study says 

While the use of clinical and business intelligence tools is on the rise in healthcare, the hype surrounding artificial intelligence is unlikely to lead to full-scale adoption for quite some time, according to a new study by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).

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How near-real time and even retrospective analytics can improve performance  

Retrospective clinical data is essential in the quest to improve outcomes and contain costs, but even more valuable is integrated, near real-time data analytics that illustrate how you compare to other cardiac care centers nationally.

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Healthcare leaders believe predictive analytics will yield significant savings 

More than half of healthcare executives polled in The Predictive Analytics in Healthcare Trend Forecast by the Society of Actuaries expect the use of predictive analytics to shave a significant amount off their organization’s budget. Fifty-seven percent of study respondents believe predictive analytics will save 15 percent over the next five years, with 26 percent expecting savings of more than 25 percent over the same period.

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Posted by Jana Ballinger 09/18/2017 Categories: analytics healthcare analytics