In the digital age, cloud computing is an essential part of more effective healthcare and precision medicine. But healthcare organizations themselves are still facing challenges in migrating to the cloud. Currently, only 8 percent of the EHR data needed for precision medicine and population health is being effectively captured and used.
As a primer on the Data Operating System (DOS™), this e-book, Bring Data Together for Value-Based Outcomes, describes how Health Catalyst’s platform brings healthcare organizations the benefits of a more flexible computing infrastructure in the cloud. Key lessons include fresh approaches to the healthcare cloud, starting with the three key organizational questions to ask before beginning the journey, and seven capabilities necessary to maximize an analytics investment, founded on Health Catalyst’s deep expertise in healthcare data and analytics technologies. Finally, Bring Data Together includes a data analytics capabilities assessment to pinpoint where an organization stands and determine the critical next steps.
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This handbook aims to provide practical and flexible guidance for your organization’s journey toward population health management, with a specific focus on the analytics to support this effort. We believe—and have seen among our client-partners—that when financial, clinical, analytic, and operational leaders work in an aligned way, they can succeed in achieving the promise of population health management: better care at lower costs, a stronger organization, and a healthier community.
This handbook is intended to be a practical, flexible, and actionable guide that can be adapted to meet your specific needs.
This handbook presents our approach to addressing this challenge. It provides practical, flexible, and actionable guidance for executing a data governance program that aligns with the organization’s priorities, supports effective clinical and business decision-making, and maximizes the value of data to improve outcomes.