Category: Data Analytics

Data Analytics, Information Management, Innovation, Med Tech

Big data can help assess risk prediction for osteoporosis, fractures

February 15, 2021

Via: The Medical News

Years of suffering and billions of euro in global health care costs, arising from osteoporosis-related bone fractures, could be eliminated using big data to target vulnerable patients, according to researchers at Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software. […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

A Path Toward Further Clinical and Administrative Data Integration

January 28, 2021

Via: HITECH Answers

The Health Information Technology Advisory Committee (HITAC) recently approved a report and set of recommendations developed by the Intersection of Clinical and Administrative Data (ICAD) Task Force. The ICAD Task Force was established to produce information and considerations related to […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

Why More Healthcare Providers are Moving to Public Cloud

September 9, 2020

Via: InformationWeek

Resilience is the buzzword of the day. Actually, it’s a current business requirement. In the wake of COVID-19, every company wants to have it, build it and sustain it. Healthcare providers are no exception. Urgently moving to scale to meet […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

AI can expedite drug repurposing process for finding COVID-19 therapies, says GlobalData

August 21, 2020

Via: The Medical News

Out of all the different approaches available to find new therapies to treat COVID-19, drug repurposing is one of the fastest and safest methods, as the drugs are already being used to treat other conditions therefore leading to fewer chances […]

Data Analytics, Information Management, Regulatory

Coronavirus data has already disappeared after Trump administration shifted control from CDC

July 16, 2020


Previously public data has already disappeared from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website after the Trump administration quietly shifted control of the information to the Department of Health and Human Services. Since the pandemic began, the CDC regularly […]

Data Analytics, Information Management, News

4 Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Establish Partnerships to Drive Innovation

July 14, 2020

Via: HitConsultant

With public and private healthcare spending significantly outpacing that of other countries, U.S. hospitals face intense pressure to find new ways to capture greater value. More and more, organizations are finding that partnerships with existing vendors can help unlock next-level […]

Data Analytics, Information Management, Innovation, Med Tech

Blockchain in Healthcare: Regulatory Themes

July 7, 2020


While blockchain is yet to take-off fully in the healthcare, it is regarded as one of the most disruptive technologies within the sector. It will build higher levels of transparency and trust across the healthcare ecosystem. From uncovering demographic trends […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

How Are Big Data and Telehealth Changing Healthcare Post-COVID-19?

June 25, 2020

Via: HITECH Answers

Our world is changing more quickly than many older generations ever imagined. This is especially true in the healthcare industry where new technologies and healthcare revolutions seem just around the corner every single day. Change is happening so quickly here […]

Data Analytics, Information Management, Innovation, Med Tech

Why, in the midst of a U.S. health crisis, there are major challenges for doctors to access patient records

May 15, 2020


If you want to solicit a furious stare from a doctor, ask them about their electronic medical record systems. Studies have shown that electronic health records are directly attributable to the growing problem of physician burnout because of the time […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

4 Ways Location Data Can Help Public Health Experts Fight COVID-19

April 23, 2020

Via: HITECH Answers

The effects of COVID-19 have rapidly spread across the globe – testing the limits of both the population and the public health sector. High in-demand medical services are countered by disruptions in daily operations as hospitals struggle to function in […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

Why Data Interoperability is Critical in the Fight Against the Pandemic

April 6, 2020

Via: HITECH Answers

Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the need for longitudinal health data and interoperability have never been greater. Providers need access to the full picture of every patient they treat, and epidemiologists need to consolidate data from multiple sources to track the […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

How the IoT Can Improve Efficiency in Health Care Facilities

March 31, 2020

Via: HITECH Answers

The connected devices comprising the Internet of Things (IoT) span industries ranging from transportation to marketing. Many applications streamline operations and change the ways people get things done. The opportunities in IoT health care applications are abundant, too, for assisting […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

Six Healthcare Trends To Watch For 2020

March 5, 2020

Via: Forbes

As we begin the new decade, I’d like to talk about six major healthcare industry trends that I’m most excited about in 2020. 1. AI-Powered Tools To Increase Efficiency AI tools are being developed that can help providers make clinical […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

Why Predictive Analytics is the Answer to Healthcare’s Big Data Problem

February 12, 2020

Via: EMR Thoughts

Making improvements in healthcare data analytics has the potential to lead to significant cost savings and improved patient health and wellness. We’ve identified two ways these improvements can be accomplished: Embrace an enterprise analytics strategy to process vast amounts of […]

Data Analytics, Information Management

AI Can Now Make Medical Predictions from Raw Data. But Can Deep Learning Be Trusted?

December 6, 2019

Via: Time Health

In clinics around the world, a type of artificial intelligence called deep learning is starting to supplement or replace humans in common tasks such as analyzing medical images. Already, at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, “every one of the 50,000 […]