July 18, 2016
Tina Esposito of Advocate Health Care discusses the basics of developing a big data strategy in healthcare, emphasizing the importance of aligning analytics strategies with overall business objectives and detailing her organization's experiences.
July 13, 2016
Katrina Miller and Esther Lee of L.A. Care Health Plan discuss the challenges of comparing the data from those who fall into the newer Medicaid expansion population against other sets, and the importance of top level support in getting big data initiatives off the ground.
July 07, 2016
Penn Medicine's Associate CIO Christine VanZanbergen and Chief Data Scientist Michael Draugelis discuss the value of actionable analytics driven by the Penn Signals system.
July 06, 2016
(SPONSORED) Andy Dé of Tableau Software explains how data discovery and data visualization are critical in achieving the clinical and business goals of healthcare analytics and how Tableau's solution has been implemented at leading health systems.
July 05, 2016
(SPONSORED) Piet Loubser of Informatica discusses the current status of big data initiatives in healthcare and where the industry is heading.
July 01, 2016
(SPONSORED) Dan Potter describes the importance of data preparation and how Datawatch solution works with IBM's Watson Analytics to streamlines the process and expedite the work for data analysts.
June 17, 2016
HIMSS16 Social Media Ambassadors Rasu Shrestha and Bill Bunting weigh in on the lackluster progress of innovation in healthcare, interoperability and patient care. Part of the Social Media Debates series hosted by Beth Jones Sanborn, Managing Editor of Healthcare Finance.
June 16, 2016
Sponsored by Xerox.
Xerox conducted a study with over 750 U.S. adults who are healthcare decision makers. Get the latest insights on what consumers want in the new healthcare economy.
May 28, 2016
Mohit Tiwari says it's not so much the quality of encryption technology that makes healthcare data vulnerable to cyberattacks, but user error and application security in the industry.
May 27, 2016
Sponsored by Xerox.
Under value-based healthcare, providers are compensated for healthy outcomes rather than each service provided. If done properly, payers, providers and patients will benefit. Hear what healthcare experts had to say.