Posts Tagged ‘life style analytics’

Can the Healthcare Industry create a Society that No Longer Bowls Alone?

There was a provocative blog published that linked prescription non-adherence with beliefs, trust and lack of communication. As I read through it, my mind thought of two things: 1. Robert Putnam’s classic publication Bowling Alone and the importance placed on trust to create social capital, and 2. the Advocacy Coalition Framework’s role of beliefs. According […]

Life Style Analytics: The Wave of the Future?

There has been ample hype surrounding how the health care industry is using business intelligence to improve quality and decrease costs associated with providing care. The hurdles and benefits of overcoming siloed data, gathering more data (ICD-10), and transmitting data to the right people (portals, security) are well-documented. This has encouraged the industry to look […]