It's hard to have a broad conversation about either analytics or healthcare. Both topics are quite academic, and neither lends itself to credible generalities, so before very long, the conversation often turns to a narrow set of data or a specific medical specialty. It's even harder to have a broad conversation about analytics in healthcare.
Roughly 50 percent of U.S. hospitals use clinical business intelligence solutions embedded within their own electronic health record systems, according to HIMSS Analytics' 2013 U.S. Clinical & Business Intelligence Study.
Healthcare payers and providers are using clinical analytics to lower healthcare costs, according to a new study from HIMSS Analytics. The payer respondents are analyzing data from a wide variety of
Healthcare payers want clinical analytics to provide real-time, evidence-based information that can help their members receive appropriate care at an appropriate cost. But they don't think that