Covering a study that addresses major healthcare waste and making "super-utilizers" healthier.
In the face of a global mental health crisis, benefit management leaders are asking: How can data and technology can help employers address mental health needs?
Why does health care cost so much more in the United States than in other countries? As health economists love to say: “It’s the prices, stupid.”
This article from The New York Times explores the burden of documentation for both doctors and nurses, and how they might work together to restore caring to healthcare.
The move toward price transparency is an opportunity for those health systems that adapt quickly and build data-driven, consumer-centered strategies.
The IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) and IBM Watson Health recently conducted a study of healthcare payers and providers to determine what is needed to transition to an inclusive, value-based health system – integrating technology to accelerate progress and moving healthcare outside the clinic.
The Watson Health 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals 2020 study found that top-performing hospitals demonstrated better clinical care and were more efficient than their peers at delivering this care.