What's Coming In Next-gen Analytics
Welcome to the latest #DataRX Report, a weekly digest of interesting news and trending topics in the healthcare industry. Every Friday we're pulling together the best articles and insights to keep payors and providers informed, engaged and up to date on the headlines that are impacting the industry.
Next-gen analytics: Here's what's coming in the future
There’s no stopping the data tsunami in healthcare, but there’s good reason to expect that emerging technology and tools are going to make it easier to ride the waves. Find out more about what’s on the way.
Prescription for Payors
First Steps for Payers Developing Value-Based Care Initiatives
70% of providers believe effective value-based care requires efficient data sharing systems between payers and providers. Find out how to make your value-based care initiatives successful.
More than meets the eye: Unstructured data's untapped potential
If you could only see 20% of the full picture, would you feel confident about basing business decisions on such a limited view? That’s what today’s healthcare organizations near-exclusive reliance on structured data amounts to. Find out more about what you’re missing.
Why Healthcare Should Study Up on Lessons Learned in Fintech
The healthcare industry isn’t the only one trying to figure out how to maximize revenue collection, use the resulting data to personalize future interactions and ensure that consumers leave the transaction satisfied. Pick up a few pointers from the plight of the financial services industry.
Prescription for Providers
KLAS: 14% of providers report 'deep interoperability' among disparate EMRs
Did your vendor make the list of top EMRs for data sharing capabilities? Check the list and find out.
New plans to incorporate AI at UCLH are raising hopes and concerns about potential results. Get more details about the proposed applications and anticipated challenges.
Unstructured data is difficult to work with but crucial for healthcare providers to manage. Find out best practices here.