data analytics

Lack of interoperability contributes to opioid epidemicA coalition is pushing for interoperability advances that it believes could help curb the opioid epidemic. Here’s what it is fighting for.
Healthcare organizations that struggle most with interoperabilityThe landscape of data exchange efficiency continues to be uneven, with some healthcare organizations communicating more proficiently than others. These are the ones struggling the most.
Three Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Improve Care ManagementHere are three strategies to navigate toward next-generation care management and increase member engagement in the process
Cigna uses artificial intelligence to sift through big data 'noise'Successfully separating the signal from the noise, especially in healthcare, can be a tremendous value creator.
Three ways healthcare executives can uncover consumers at risk for fluWith influenza activity increasing sharply, here’s how healthcare executives can determine which health plan members are at risk for the flu.
Lessons learned from program to improve healthcare information exchangeOne major piece of interoperability is the expanded use of admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT) notifications across provider networks.
Four of the biggest challenges faced by health information organizationsFour health information organizations recently convened to discuss their challenges and successes in interoperability stability and infrastructure.
Doctors face data-sharing challengesAs Medicare and private payers move toward more value-based care reimbursements, physicians need information to both accurately report data and monitor complex patients across multiple providers.
The challenges of data-sharing in value-based careAs Medicare and private payers move toward more value-based care reimbursements, physicians need information to both accurately report data and monitor complex patients across multiple providers.
Five changes healthcare executives can expect in 2018The winds of change swept through healthcare in 2017. Here’s what 2018 could bring.