Three Decades (and Counting) of the Patient Record Matching Challenge
Oct29

Three Decades (and Counting) of the Patient Record Matching Challenge

A recent white paper from The Pew Charitable Trusts introduces key actions that could advance progress on the decades-old topic of patient record matching.

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For Healthcare Organizations, a Modern Data Architecture Is a Necessity
Oct23

For Healthcare Organizations, a Modern Data Architecture Is a Necessity

Healthcare organizations manage and analyze patient and member data today in volumes that even ten years ago would have been unimaginable—and will only increase. Taking steps toward a modern data architecture paves the way for clean, usable data integrated from a variety of sources such as wearables, clinical data, and payer data.

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Unstructured Data: An Important Piece of the Healthcare Puzzle
Oct18

Unstructured Data: An Important Piece of the Healthcare Puzzle

With the deluge of Big Data and plethora of new avenues for collecting information, structured data is no longer the only place from which meaningful information can be derived.

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Why All Healthcare Professionals Need to Learn Data Analytics
Sep19

Why All Healthcare Professionals Need to Learn Data Analytics

Why is it important for all healthcare professionals to learn data analytics, not just health information management professionals?

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Using Data and HIM Tools to Address the Opioid Epidemic
Aug15

Using Data and HIM Tools to Address the Opioid Epidemic

To combat the opioid crisis, all areas of healthcare are focusing their efforts on finding solutions. Where does the field of health information management fit in? What can we do? What tools are available?

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The Telehealth Market Reluctance Remains
Jul18

The Telehealth Market Reluctance Remains

While all projections lead to considerable growth in the telehealth market, physicians appear reluctant to implement virtual care into their practices.

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