Healthcare Data Analytics

How IHMI is Changing Health Care Delivery

Written by Watson Health | Blog Post, Cognitive Computing, Healthcare Data Analytics

A Q&A with James Madara, MD, CEO, American Medical Association on how health care delivery will be changing through an integrated-data approach model with IHMI. more

Health Economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn at HIMSS 17

Written by Watson Health | Healthcare Data Analytics, Video

Listen to Health Economist Jane Sarasohn-Kahn’s take on the future of artificial intelligence, consumer directed healthcare, and the importance of efficiently using clinical data at the 2017 HIMSS conference. more

Watson Health at HIMSS 17: Tina Moen

Written by Watson Health | Healthcare Data Analytics, Video

At the 2017 HIMSS Conference hear from IBM’s Tina Moen, Deputy Chief Health Officer of Watson Health, on the exciting things happening in the world of cognitive computing and healthcare. more

The 5 Areas to Target in Improving Population Health Management

Written by Watson Health | Article, Healthcare Data Analytics

Population health has the promise to deliver big results, but many providers are facing roadblocks along the way. In order to successfully engage in population health, providers should focus on five critical areas. more

6 Ways to Leverage Predictive Modeling for PHM

Written by Richard Hodach MD, MPH, PHD | Blog Post, Healthcare Data Analytics

To manage population health, healthcare systems and group practices must build the requisite infrastructure, including software tools designed for data analysis and workflow automation. In this blog post, discover six ways to leverage predictive modeling for population health management. more

Quality Incentive Programs: Huntsville Hospital’s Experience

Written by Watson Health | Healthcare Data Analytics, Webinar

Hospitals and health systems are being presented with new challenges when it comes to measuring and reporting quality. Huntsville Hospital, a community-based, not-for-profit, 941-bed hospital has established effective protocols for reporting meaningful quality information. more

Cognitive Computing: The Future of Population Health Management

Written by Watson Health | Healthcare Data Analytics, White Paper

The future of population health management (PHM) will be tied to the rise of cognitive computing, which uses massively parallel processing and artificial intelligence to convert unstructured data into structured data, search the medical literature, and find connections among myriad types of data. more

How Technology + People + Process = Successful PHM

Written by Karen Handmaker | Blog Post, Care Management, Healthcare Data Analytics...

As the healthcare industry transitions toward value-based care, Population Health Management (PHM) initiatives are playing an increasingly important role in provider business strategies. To improve patient care while reducing unnecessary costs, IT solutions alone cannot guarantee a successful PHM program. more

Client Success Stories: By Client

Written by Watson Health | Care Management, Case Study, Healthcare Data Analytics...

This case study reviews eight clients who have utilized Watson Health’s solutions to achieve their population health, financial, and clinical goals. more

Predictive Modeling and Population Health Management

Written by Watson Health | Healthcare Data Analytics, White Paper

Download this whitepaper to learn the basics of predictive modeling, how healthcare organizations can make the insights of predictive modeling actionable, and examples of how predictive analytics, population risk stratification, and risk adjustment are applied in practice. more

The 5 Vs of Big Data

Written by Anil Jain | Blog Post, Healthcare Data Analytics

Read on to discover how the characteristics of big data are relevant to healthcare organizations in particular. more

Data Infrastructure for Managing Population Health

Written by Watson Health | Healthcare Data Analytics, White Paper

Discover the flexible, scalable, long-term solutions needed to support population health goals and adapt to ongoing needs. more