With analytics, healthcare can get more from its investments in FHIR
Analytics on FHIR is a real-world example of how applying open standards to healthcare data can help deliver near real-time insights for better care management and operational efficiencies in healthcare organizations.
How interoperability benefits healthcare administrators
Data interoperability can help healthcare administrators share service and performance data more efficiently, improving ...
by Watson Health | June 14, 2021
Achieving real-world success with AI
Diagnostic Imaging, a leading media outlet for radiologists and medical imaging professionals, recently featured ...
by David Gruen, MD, MBA, FACR | June 11, 2021
Government and business collaboration: Enhancing trust and transparency amid vaccine distribution
In times of uncertainty, how can the private and public sectors work together to develop advanced ...
by Sunaina Menawat | May 28, 2021
Bridging the data-to-study gap to solve Rare Disease research challenges
The IBM and Graticule partnership for rare disease
by Watson Health | May 24, 2021
Applying machine learning to population health challenges
New research analyzing populations at the county level reveals strong correlations between specific social determinants ...
by Irene Dankwa-Mullan, MD, MPH | May 20, 2021
How to improve program integrity for Medicaid managed care
State program integrity teams face many challenges when overseeing Medicaid managed care. But if they get data, start ...
by Dennis J. Garvey | May 19, 2021
Q&A: Advantages of external control arm studies
Applying real-world data to external control arm studies for regulatory submissions can help life sciences companies ...
by Debra E. Irwin PhD | May 13, 2021
3 strategies for success with health data platforms
IDC Research Director Jeff Rivkin shares how healthcare payers are investing in new approaches to data and platforms to ...
by Michael Curry | May 7, 2021
5 examples of using social determinants to improve population health
Adding social and demographic data to claims and clinical data sets can help healthcare providers, ...
by Brandi Hodor | April 21, 2021
3 ways the ARPA stimulus may help strengthen public health and human services
How public health and health and human services (HHS) agencies can prioritize new COVID-19 relief ...
by David Nelson | April 14, 2021
Shots in the arm
Summary of a FORTUNE Virtual Discussion: What we got wrong. What we got right. Global lessons from the vaccine effort.
by Fortune Contributors | March 24, 2021
Cardiovascular image and data management: a technical and clinical evolution
Healthcare providers need to ask the right questions about their cardiology data infrastructure and ...
by Rebecca Trunnell Hyman | March 22, 2021
5 key learnings about conversational AI for healthcare analytics users
What’s working (and what’s not) with COVID-19 vaccine distribution
William J. Kassler, MD, MPH, FACP
Questions hospital pharmacists should ask when managing drug shortages
Tina Moen, PharmD
COVID-19 vaccines are here, but are governments prepared for vaccine management?
IBM and Salesforce join forces to help deliver verifiable vaccine and health passes