Health Care Is in the Midst of a Transformation by Huffington Post

Healthcare is about to face a powerful revolution. Financial pressure, empowered consumers, and innovative technology are the driving forces. The value chain itself is also changing. Tech giants, already experienced in disruption, are entering the health sector, aiming to provide a new front door to healthcare, according to the article.

How Federal Health IT Work Paves the Way for Big Data Analytics by Health IT Analytics

Big data projects can’t succeed without a strong foundation of health IT and some critical help from the experts. From the foundational EHR Incentive Programs to the financial motivations of value-based care, healthcare authorities continue to lay the groundwork for much of the big data analytics work currently occurring in healthcare organizations.

Stopping the Zika Virus: Data’s Role in Ending a Global Health Crisis by Government Technology

Big Data is delivering substantial value in health care, and may be applied to help solve today’s most recent world health crisis: the Zika virus. At both the patient and population levels, big data helps us understand who suffers from epidemics, what causes them, how they spread and how to treat them.

How Big Data Leads to Precision Population Health Management by Health IT Analytics

People, processes, technology, and personalized care must all align in order for providers to develop precision experiences for their patients while succeeding with population health management. If providers can find a balance within their own organizations, they will be able to deliver high quality, tailored care at a price point that the healthcare system can afford.

How Mobile Devices Are Transforming Home Healthcare by HIT Consultant

As the first of the Baby Boomer generation enter into their 70s, home-based healthcare will undoubtedly become a high-growth segment. Providers now need to figure out how to bring healthcare to consumers. Mobile devices are proving to be the most effective method, as they are easy to use, provide real-time communication, and reduce the need for doctor visits.