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By Patrick Colletti, Founder of Net Health and Author of Refounder: How Transformational Leaders Take What’s Broken and Make it Better Health systems are making substantial investments in predictive analytics, artificial intelligence and other technology innovations in the hopes of improving patient outcomes and creating cost savings and operational efficiencies to improve the patient experience. […]Read More
As the healthcare industry changes, particularly driven by technological innovation, it’s imperative that forward-thinking healthcare providers stay up to speed. And staying up to speed doesn’t just refer to knowing what’s going on, but it also implies a sense of duty for CIOs and others in the C-suite to evaluate and implement the worthwhile opportunities. […]Read More
It’s certainly an exciting time to be a healthcare CIO, and an even more exciting time just to be alive. As we start to see the growth and adoption of new technology, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning, the entire landscape of how we treat and meet the needs of patients is changing. […]Read More
Over the past few years, the buzz in the healthcare industry has been the idea of utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to augment the quality of care for patients and the efficiency of operations for providers. And for many thought leaders at the forefront, AI in healthcare means more than just algorithms—it means […]Read More
As healthcare analytics continue shifting from descriptive (the past and the now) in nature to predictive (the future), it’s becoming more and more important that common data collection and analysis challenges are addressed and resolved. Why? Two reasons. Number one—predictive analytics are poised to drive integral parts of the clinical decision-making process. Things like helping […]Read More
By Dr. Nathan Gause – Assistant Professor of Medicine/Orthopedic Surgeon at Univ. of Missouri Healthcare (Former CMIO at Great River Medical Center) Change brings challenges. Currently, one of the biggest ongoing changes in healthcare at all levels is the influx of data and the growth of interest in predictive analytics. Yet, the arduous task of […]Read More