Forrester Names IBM a Leader in Enterprise Health Cloud

Healthcare organizations face challenges as they move their workloads to cloud and incorporate data into their decision-making, including data integration, patient matching and risk stratification. In a recent evaluation, IBM has been named by Forrester as a Leader in “The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Health Clouds, Q3 2019.”

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The Rise of Consumer Experience in Healthcare

Responding to healthcare consumer trends may seem daunting, but there are some fundamental places to begin.

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Convergence of government, payers and providers to solve the opioid epidemic

If you had unlimited funding and authority, what would you do to fix the opioid epidemic?

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Research suggests link between hospital performance and telehealth adoption

This data is part of the IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals® 2019 study identifying the U.S. hospitals with the highest balanced performance.

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Three ways to run a more efficient drug trial

Focusing on drug trial efficiency can go a long way towards cutting costs and reducing the impact of trial failures and delays on the bottom line.

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Data: friend, foe or both? How life sciences leaders can benefit from data proliferation

Companies could benefit from using the wealth of intelligence to optimize the product development and commercialization process, if they can quickly access information when and where it’s needed most.

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Maximize your drug’s potential with data

From the earliest stages of discovery through treatment delivery, analytics and insights have the potential to inform and enhance every stage of the drug development and commercialization process.

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Clinical trials don’t fail fast enough

The roughly $2.6 billion spent on developing one new drug reflects the fully capitalized costs of studying compounds that ultimately fail to reach the market.

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Opioid epidemic: Weighing alternatives for pain management

In weighing the risks and costs of pain management treatment plans, it is important to understand the burden of opioid misuse and abuse.

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What continuous improvement looks like when staff buys in

How one health plan manages substantial growth and volume with a Lean approach

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The epidemic of physician burnout

The startling rise of physician burnout rates across the healthcare industry has alarmed many experts who are concerned about the consequences for patients, physicians and organizations alike.

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Streamline your medical imaging operations

Connecting with referrers and payers often involves a large amount of time and energy to deal with faxes, phone calls and paperwork to confirm clinical data or secure preauthorizations — all in an effort to head off claim denials.

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