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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...
How interoperability benefits healthcare administrators
Data interoperability can help healthcare administrators share service and performance data more efficiently, improving processes and workflows.
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 get bigger returns from interoperability investments and improve member experiences.
Health plans should look beyond compliance to realize benefits of interoperability
In 2021, health plans may be focused on interoperability mandates, but they should also consider ...
Beyond the interoperability mandate
Experienced healthcare leaders discuss how mandates, COVID-19 and person-centered care are shaping the trajectory of interoperability investments across the healthcare ecosystem.
Q&A: Interoperability and COVID-19, Part 2
Dr. Anil Jain describes how the pandemic’s disruption may affect the trajectory of sharing health information and considerations for those healthcare providers looking to invest.
Q&A: Interoperability and COVID-19, Part 1
How the pandemic response intersects with interoperability and requires healthcare providers to decide if they will defer or double-down on interoperability efforts.
Help improve insights from health data
According to a new IDC Market Spotlight, health plans are beginning to take a “top-down” approach to data and analytics, using data platform architecture to break down data silos and better meet the needs of the entire enterprise.
IBM Watson Health has participated in conversations that help policymakers better understand the real-world impact of these standards and regulations. To tackle the “how,” we approach three essential domains to help accelerate the transformation ...
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.
When health data is under threat
Healthcare organizations are more vulnerable to cyberattacks than ever due to factors, including lack of full-time IT security experts and legacy systems.