Data Warehousing

By Jeff Rowe 09:54 am June 23, 2014
While bringing med students up to speed on the latest health IT is important, the critical move is to educate practicing doctors.
By Carl Natale 08:34 am June 09, 2014
One of the reasons used to justify ICD-10 implementation is that the granular data can be used in healthcare research.
By Chris Watson 11:43 am June 02, 2014
With value-based care as the cornerstone for future care delivery, providers who can meet the interoperability needs across the healthcare continuum will stay one step ahead of the competition.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 08:05 am May 30, 2014
The sentinel effect is: The tendency for human performance to improve when participants are aware that their behavior is being evaluated and a useful tool in the context of connected health. In our experience, patients significantly increase their adherence to a variety of healthy behaviors when they know that their physician (or her agent) is...
By Robert E. Watson 01:09 pm May 28, 2014
Big data is not new. Organizations have been working with large data sets for many years. What is unprecedented, however, is the volume and velocity of data now being produced in healthcare due to the digitization of administrative, clinical and financial information in EHRs, billing and other IT systems.
By Paddy Padmanabhan 11:47 am May 15, 2014
With limited budgets and ever-increasing demands for efficiency and service, how can healthcare payers and providers ensure that their analytics delivers against investments?
By Jeff Rowe 09:29 am April 14, 2014
More often than not, health IT advocates get excited about the myriad ways technology could be used to help doctors do a better job of providing care. But what about using IT to help doctors go back to being doctors, period?
By Jeff Rowe 01:31 pm February 19, 2014
A new media survey finds widespread use of healthcare analytics, but experts wonder if providers are really sure about the appropriate and necessary uses of it.
By Cliff Bleustein, MD 08:59 am February 10, 2014
While risk-based contracts account for only a small percentage of the current reimbursement arrangements for hospitals, recent events indicate that payment based on outcomes and cost will dominate in the coming years. Most of those models will increase the financial risk for hospitals.
By David Lareau 08:35 am February 04, 2014
Historically, physician and nursing systems and workflow have been parallel, but independent, of each other. In looking at what is currently available, it is obvious that very few, if any, intersect where they should: at the patient.

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