As healthcare organizations strive to become more patient-centric, many are leveraging their enterprise data to improve outcomes and enhance care quality while controlling operating costs, maximizing reimbursements, and adhering to regulatory guidelines.
According to hitconsultant.net, "…the use of data analytics could help save more than $300 billion in U.S.
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Population Health Management refers primarily to the identification of groups that need healthcare support, and the coordination of care for improving their outcomes.
When healthcare organizations have a data driven technology plan, they are more easily able to exchange information, identify opportunities in care, and provide timely interventions. This makes for healthier patients as well as a better overall patient experience.
By harnessing the true power of data, healthcare providers can make both clinical and business improvements that transform the way they operate.
Did you know that real-time feedback about clinical, financial, and administrative metrics can provide extra visibility into the information that is most critical for your organization? And once you have that visibility, then your firm can maximize their productivity and effectiveness.
Every year at HIMSS, attendees are given a tremendous opportunity to learn from healthcare’s top experts. This year will prove no different as clinicians, executives, vendors, and IT professionals come together this March to explore the potential of the healthcare industry in 2018. Once again, you’ll find Information Builders talking about Omni-HealthData on the exhibition hall floor at booth #4069, eager to meet and discuss how the ways data can transform healthcare!