data analytics

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Using It or Losing It? The Case for Data Scientists Inside Health Care

Marco D. Huesch, MBBS, PhD & Timothy J. Mosher, MD | NEJM Catalyst | May 4, 2017

As much as 30% of the entire world’s stored data is generated in the health care industry. A single patient typically generates close to 80 megabytes each year in imaging and electronic medical record (EMR) data. This trove of data has obvious clinical, financial, and operational value for the health care industry, and the new value pathways that such data could enable have been estimated by McKinsey to be worth more than $300 billion annually in reduced costs alone. If appropriate investments in data science are not made in-house, then hospitals and health systems will run the risk of becoming reliant on outsiders to analyze the data that ultimately will be used to inform decisions and drive innovation”...

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VA Partners With Kaiser Permanente

Press Release | Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Kaiser Permanente (KP) | February 19, 2014

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is collaborating with Kaiser Permanente, a leading member of the health care industry, to pool resources and ideas to solve some of the largest and most complex challenges in VA health care. [...] Read More »

What To Expect At Government Health IT Conference

Tom Sullivan | Government Health IT | June 4, 2013

At the Government Health IT Conference & Exhibition 2013 next week, the apex of all the tracks, breakout sessions and likely hallway conversations will be engaging patients while lowering care costs. Read More »

What’s In Store For Health IT In 2014?

Brian Ahier | HL7 Standards | January 23, 2014

2013 was a good year for health IT and has laid the foundation for 2014 to be the biggest year ever for the industry. Read More »

When Data Is A Matter Of Life Or Death

Patrick Houston | InformationWeek | June 26, 2012

Because MEDgle could make the difference between life and death, I found myself pestering Damle for details. I discovered what it takes to collect copious amounts of raw data from obscure journals and exotic databases and create sophisticated probability algorithms, while making it useful to help nurses, doctors and others diagnose, triage, and treat flesh-and-blood people.
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Why One Medicare Pioneer ACO Succeeded In Saving Money

Jessica Zigmond | ModernHealthcare.com | July 16, 2013

How did Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization meet Medicare's cost targets and receive substantial shared savings in the first year of the Medicare Pioneer accountable care organization experiment? Read More »

Why The EHR Market Is Poised For Disruption

Brian Eastwood | CIO | February 10, 2014

Simply put, 2014 is a big year for electronic health record vendors. They must adhere to stricter standards under the federal government's meaningful use program while convincing healthcare providers that they can meet future needs for information exchange, patient engagement and data analytics. Not everyone will make the cut. Read More »

Why Your Organization Needs to Tap Health Data Analytics

Staff Writer | Health Data Management | January 14, 2016

If there were any doubts about the value of data analytics for healthcare organizations to turn data into actionable insights, a new book from the American Health Information Management Association attempts to put those doubts to rest and provide step-by-step instructions for analyzing data and using statistical techniques. The co-authors of the book—David Marc and Ryan Sandefer, faculty members at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn.—argue that proficiency in data analytics is increasingly important for all health information managers and health informaticians as the industry embraces quality improvement initiatives...

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Your Garbage Data Is A Gold Mine

Christina Farr and Mark Sullivan | Fast Company | August 22, 2016

One of the lesser understood aspects of what you can do with massive stockpiles of data is the ability to use data that would traditionally have been overlooked or in some cases even considered rubbish. This whole new category of data is known as "exhaust" data—data generated as a by-product of some other process...

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“Hard To See Value” In ICD-10 For Physicians, Analytics

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | October 10, 2013

[...] Experts have tried to clean up [the image of ICD-10] by praising the added specificity and granularity of the data that will result from the more than 140,000 codes, but it’s a hard sell to providers already drowning in EHR adoption, meaningful use, the ACA, and quality improvement reforms.  Is ICD-10 worth it? Read More »

Open Apereo 2017

Event Details
Type: 
Conference
Date: 
June 4, 2017 - 10:30am - June 7, 2017 - 6:30pm
Location: 
Sheraton Society Hill Hotel
One Dock Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
United States

Open Apereo 2017 is an international and inclusive open source conference for education. The conference is designed to encourage the exchange of ideas, the formation of new partnerships, and sharing of personal perspectives between community members and to promote community-wide, project-based, or institutional discussion and collaboration. Topics presented at the event will include DevOps for higher education, instructional designer support, learner data analytics, open academic environments, the next-generation digital learning environment, and more...

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MongoDB World 2017

Event Details
Type: 
Conference
Date: 
June 20, 2017 - 10:00am - June 21, 2017 - 8:00pm
Location: 
Hyatt Regency Chicago
151 East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
United States

MongoDB World is a conference designed to bring together members of the world's fastest-growing database community to network with other professionals, learn how to deploy mission-critical applications at scale, and explore new MongoDB features, technologies and methodologies. MongoDB World is especially suitable for developers, operators, and architects who are interested in building applications with MongoDB, learning best practices for maintaining MongoDB clusters, and using MongoDB as part of their enterprise architecture...

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2018 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit

Event Details
Type: 
Conference
Date: 
April 4, 2018 - 11:00am - April 6, 2018 - 6:00pm
Location: 
Hilton Hotel
401 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
United States

The 2018 summit will be the 9th Annual State Healthcare IT Connect Summit and is expected to bring together more than 700 leaders from the private and public sector to share ideas and benchmark implementation strategies for state health IT systems. Attendees will have access to keynote speeches and panel discussions, collaborative networking roundtables, breakout sessions (choosing between the 5 different tracks available), and the Connect Exhibition...

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OSEHRA Innovation Webinar - Omnibus Care Plan (OCP): 21st Century Software Infrastructure

Event Details
Type: 
Seminar/Webinar
Date: 
April 30, 2019 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm

This webinar will explore the use of the data standard Fast Healthcare Interoperable Resources (FHIR) and the Smart on FHIR (SoF) specification to implement 21st Century healthcare applications. The Omnibus Care Plan (OCP) provides care coordination and consent management. Through SoF applications, it provides care management, screening and assessment, Explanation of Benefits using Blue Button 2.0, and Data Analytics and Data Visualization. The webinar will review the OCP project and the value it brings to application development.

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