Analytics

Leora Horwitz at Pop Health Forum Boston 2017

Leora Horwitz, MD, at the Pop Health Forum in Boston.

By Mike Miliard 03:15 pm April 04, 2017
New York University Langone Medical Center director says enlisting clinical champions and demonstrating value can help great ideas take root.
HIMSS Analytics Brendan FitzGerald

HIMSS Analytics director Brendan FitzGerald speaking at Pop Health Forum in Boston.

By Tom Sullivan 02:34 pm April 04, 2017
But HIMSS Analytics director Brendan FitzGerald says you do need a core set of tech tools to get the job done.
Ann Wells and Bill Hoberecht

Bill Hoberecht, former senior director of population health management at Kaiser Permanente Colorado with Ann Wells, MD, an internist specializing in prevention and chronic care solutions.

By Mike Miliard 11:03 am April 04, 2017
At Kaiser Permanente Colorado, "personalized health management" relies on IT savvy, clear operational goals and data that paints the entire health picture.
Pop Health Forum Boston 2017
By Tom Sullivan 09:57 am April 04, 2017
Keeping physicians engaged is important, but health systems need their technology teams involved from the start, execs say at Pop Health Forum.  
InterSystems 3rd-party development projects
By Mike Miliard 01:09 pm April 03, 2017
Baystate Health’s TechSpring partners with vendors such as Cerner, Imprivata and Premier to help them develop apps to bring to market.
Pop Health Forum in Boston 2017
By Tom Sullivan 11:48 am April 03, 2017
Focus on analytics, data and maintaining patient access, speakers at the Pop Health Forum in Boston say.
precision medicine survey
By Bill Siwicki 08:55 am April 03, 2017
Precision medicine holds the promise of combatting diseases in whole new ways, but the barrier to entry is pretty high.
healthcare uses tablets smartphones
By Bill Siwicki 02:14 pm March 31, 2017
Execs, IT pros and clinicians are using mobile devices to access clinical information and EHRs, a new HIMSS Analytics study says.
By Bill Siwicki 07:06 am March 31, 2017
The greatest challenge to implementing healthcare analytics? A lack of leadership, finds the Healthcare Center of Excellence, which offers advice on how organizations can progress.
machine learning precision medicine

Stanford's Zeeshan Syed said machine learning will become critical as providers move toward precision medicine. 

By Bill Siwicki 07:38 am March 30, 2017
Both supervised and unsupervised machine learning can help executives better enhance care delivery, Stanford algorithms expert says.

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