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It is critical that healthcare providers continue to rigorously track and report these conditions so clinical performance can be measured against hard data to chart improvement over time.
Among the dozens of hospital pharmacists who have been testing new technology in a limited availability roll-out, all have made it clear that their number one priority is to make sure the information they are delivering to their colleagues and friends is rock solid.
The Aurum Institute needed to integrate clinical data from cross-border research sites located in several sub-Saharan African countries, each run by data managers who speak different languages and possess varied levels of experience with electronic data capture.
Personal values. Commercial pressures. These are forces that shape our jobs every day, especially for leaders in the life sciences. As individuals, we want to solve urgent problems that touch us deeply. As professionals representing growing businesses, we act on our beliefs best when they align with distinct market opportunities. The oft heard slogan of […]
DeKalb Medical and AHMC Healthcare leveraged data and clinical care team capabilities to make improvements in sepsis care.
Health Quest Medical Practice uses Watson Health solutions to supplement the information in their EHR. Learn how access to enhanced data has helped close patient care gaps and track quality measures.
This blog post contains an interview with members of the Schneck Medical Center team on how they use data to develop programs and processes that improve population health management efforts.
Hear members of the Health Quest Medical Practice team explain how access to reliable data is a win for both healthcare providers and patients.
Clinical Trial Matching: The frustration of matching patients to cancer research begins with data issues — and can end with artificial intelligence
If you work in oncology or cancer clinical trial coordination in the US, you already know the numbers don’t always work in your or your patients’ favor.
Bobbi Coluni, offering management for the payer market at IBM Watson Health shares her personal experience with the complexity of navigating healthcare benefits.