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Digital transformation is changing IT consulting, Black Book says

New trend for 2019 is to engage with multiple consulting firms and press them to collaborate in your best interest.

Why Amazon has a big data analytics edge in primary care clinics

The retail giant has a proven track record of using business intelligence more effectively than just about anyone else to cut costs and improve consumer satisfaction.

KLAS says Epic leading advanced analytics integration, others making progress

Whether its vendors developing tools focused on specific clinical and financial use cases, or enterprise-wide platforms from Epic and Cerner, there's no shortage of analytics tools for IT decision-makers to consider.

Optum secures a piece of $50 billion government IT contract

OptumRx is changing its medication containers for temperature-sensitive prescriptions for home delivery to renewable cotton that is biodegradable, compostable, reusable and recyclable.

Hacking humans: Jane Metcalfe talks neobiology, consumers' role in health data

Metcalfe will keynote the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference in September, where she will be talking about ways technology and biology could alter the human race.

Apple is developing custom health information tracking chips

Apple is looking to hire engineers to develop a custom chip for more sophisticated health information tracking and applications, according to a CNBC report.

CMS Administrator Seema Verma calls on payers to release claims data in API format

Speaking at the White House, she said the potential of what unleashed health data could do for the country is "really unimaginable."

Denver hospital deploys hand hygiene monitoring system to boost adherence

Wanting to reduce its hospital-acquired infections, Denver Health Medical Center implemented an electronic hand hygiene monitoring system – and improved its adherence rate from 40 percent to 70 percent.

Dell Medical School builds data hub to speed healthcare innovation

The new initiative will help researchers streamline their analytics efforts and connect them with other resources at UT Austin that could help improve clinical practice and public health.