Blockchain, IoT, Artificial Intelligence Poised to Shake Up Healthcare by Health IT Analytics
Blockchain, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence will all be technologies to watch as the healthcare industry moves in 2017. These cutting-edge technologies open up the potential for drastic improvements in care quality, the patient experience, and providers’ ability to make informed, actionable decisions.
3 Trends Driving Healthcare Data Analytics Over The Next 3-5 Years by HIT Consultant
Innovation is inevitably pushing providers to embrace data analytics as a primary step to engaging with technologies driven by machine learning and artificial intelligence. The next three to five years could be especially enlightening for providers who embrace healthcare data analytics.
“New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital plans to use CloudMedx Clinical AI Platform to help craft care for people who have—or might develop—congestive heart failure (CHF)”, according to the article. The company says its system can process a variety of factors to predict if a patient’s condition is being adequately controlled.
AHIMA: Information Governance is Key for Trusted Healthcare Analytics by Health IT Analytics
While health information managers have always believed in the importance of data integrity and information governance, the financial pressures of value-based care are bringing even more attention to the role of good data in the daily workings of any efficient healthcare organization. HIM experts are eager to become the bridge between raw data and actionable insights.
Increasing adoption of IT to surge cloud computing and reduce healthcare costs are expected to boost the industry demand from 2016 to 2023. Healthcare cloud computing market size was valued over USD 2.5 billion in 2014 and is anticipated to grow at CAGR of over 20% from 2016 to 2023.