Examining Current Trends in Clinical & Business Intelligence Usage in Healthcare Facilities
Clinical and financial business intelligence solutions have become essential to healthcare organizations in the move from volume to value based care and in the development of new models of care, such as precision medicine.
The first phase of IT adoption across the healthcare market is over and the second phase has now begun. Organizations are becoming more sophisticated in how they approach IT implementation to address not only immediate needs but future needs as well. Included in this second phase is leveraging analytical platforms to manage the clinical, financial and operational data and to make it actionable to the benefit of the clinicians, the patients and the organization. The market has a long way to go until a higher level of analytics maturity is achieved, but with continued data governance efforts and the implementation of analytics platforms to address emerging areas such as AI, healthcare organizations are moving in the right direction.
Learn More In Our Webinar
To dive deeper into this topic, join HIMSS Analytics speakers Brendan FitzGerald, Director of Research, and Matt Schuchardt, Director of Business Development and Innovation for the latest webinar in the HIMSS Analytics Essential Knowledge Series: 2017 Trends in Clinical & Business Intelligence.
The webinar will provide a high level review of insight in these areas. Using data from HIMSS Analytics LOGIC™ Health IT Market Intelligence Platform and voice of market responses from a web-based survey, The HIMSS Analytics 2017 Essential Brief: Clinical & Business Intelligence Study highlights current market adoption of analytic solutions across the entire U.S. healthcare market and reveals where these organizations are focusing their analytical efforts.
The original webinar took place on Monday, September 25, watch the recording now!
Prepare for the webinar by downloading the Snapshot Report of the 2017 Essentials Brief: Clinical & Business Intelligence. Click below.