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

By Scott Hampel 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 healthcare data, rather than historical approaches of stitching together dozens of analytics… Read more »

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More Megatrends: Price Transparency, Telehealth, Individualized Medicine

By Scott Hampel, president of MedeAnalytics Now that we’ve dealt with Megatrends one through three, we’re approaching the next set. In this group we’re exploring price transparency (and its likely difficult implementation), the increasing use of telehealth thanks to internet-connected devices and precision medicine, made easier thanks to technology. Yet again it is data and… Read more »

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2020 Megatrends: Consumerism, Data Privacy and Security, AI

With 2020 two weeks old, it’s becoming clear the data produced in the healthcare industry by providers, consumers and payers will power and propel our 9 megatrends. Healthcare data is the foundation on which we’re building everything from healthcare outreach for the underserved to new Internet of Things-based healthcare programs to treatments designed just for you.

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Unfamiliar Healthcare Players, Interoperability and Social Determinants Round Out 2020 Megatrends

By Scott Hampel, president of MedeAnaltyics We conclude our 2020 Megatrends with an exploration of new players entering healthcare, the necessity and importance of data interoperability as well as social determinants. While each of these topics appear at first glance to be unconnected, there is a single thread that links them all: data. Now on… Read more »

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Why Unconventional Businesses Will Find Success in Healthcare: It’s the Data

It seems everyone is moving into healthcare. It’s a rapidly growing industry, historically dominated by large, well-embedded companies and organizations, and “pure tech” companies have had difficulty breaking in. That, however, is changing.

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Data and Social Determinants of Health

By Scott Hampel – I think a lot–and I’m not the only one–about how we can improve the ways we pull information from data. Data on its own is inert: just waiting to be understood and then used. And that’s a major challenge for many organizations. Data is often trapped in different applications with no easy or convenient way to extract it.

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2019 Year in Review Video

Thank you for making this such a great year for MedeAnalytics! We’re proud of all the great work we’ve done together with our terrific clients and partners. To commemorate some of 2019’s special moments, we’ve created a fun 2019 Year in Review video to share with you.

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Why Social Determinants Need Analytics for Success

Many challenges face healthcare’s underserved. There are issues with food, housing, reliable transportation, steady employment and more. Each contributes to and is one element of social determinants of health (SDH). In communities around the world, public and private organizations are taking steps to address SDH-related issues and challenges that negatively impact healthcare.

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Healthcare Organizations Recognize Importance of AI for Reporting

Healthcare providers continue to recognize the value of using AI in reporting operations throughout the organization. AI has many strengths when applied to the healthcare industry:

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Why It’s Time for Healthcare to Move Toward AI Reporting

Business intelligence (BI) was a dramatic and significant step forward in healthcare industry reporting and a natural transition to artificial intelligence (AI) enabled real-time insights.

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