Data & Intelligence

10 Healthcare Analytics Trends for 2016

Healthcare industry transformation is providing organizations with an opportunity to revolutionize how they operate. The digitization of medical records, wearable technologies, mobile, and the Internet of Things are contributing to the data deluge, and innovations in technology are making it possible to transform this data into meaningful and actionable insights to enhance patient care and consumer experience, reduce overall costs, and transform business. It is critical for healthcare organizations to strategically align technology initiatives with business objectives in order to meet the demands of the “new” healthcare era.

Healthcare organizations not only need to be able to effectively manage their data but they need to be able to transform data into knowledge to improve outcomes, both operational and clinical. We recently published our 10 Healthcare Analytics Trends for 2016 guide which explores ten trends we have seen and will continue to see significantly impacting healthcare:

  1. Align Clinical, Quality and Financial Analytics to Enable Value-Based Care
  2. Integrate Clinical and Claims Data to Enable Population Health Management Insight
  3. Leverage Cross-Continuum Data Analysis for Improved Patient Care and Outcomes
  4. Grow Enterprise Intelligence to Measure and Improve Patient and Organizational Health
  5. Utilize Reusable Accelerators to Quickly Achieve Actionable, Data-Driven Insights
  6. Use Predictive Analytics to Reduce Readmissions and Improve Outcomes
  7. Leverage New Tools and Skills to Transform Large Volumes of Data into Meaningful Information
  8. Increase Level of Understanding and Control Over ACO Data and Analytics
  9. Develop and Implement a Strong Governance Strategy and Organization
  10. Position Big Data Technologies to Enable the Everyday Use of Data Science

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About the Author

Kate Tuttle is a senior marketing professional with more than 13 years of marketing experience in both B2B and B2C environments. She has more than 7 years of healthcare industry experience and is passionate about technology and its impact on consumer experience.

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