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Arm team members with relevant insight at every step of the decision-making process. With a robust data platform that aggregates data from healthcare sources inside and outside of the hospital, organizations eliminate the guesswork and use a complete picture of performance, processes, and patient outcomes to achieve real improvement.
We have a tremendous amount of data in healthcare—but are only beginning to use data to understand and respond to patients’ needs and the realities of healthcare economics. Organizations that invest in an open, scalable platform for data aggregation, analytics, application development, and interoperability can leverage disparate data across the continuum of care; they are uniquely positioned to benefit from continuing innovation, support emerging use cases, and thrive in a dynamic healthcare landscape.
EHRs contain less than 10 percent of the data needed to succeed in today’s healthcare environment. In fact, you need data from 50 to 150 different sources. To bring all that data together, a robust platform can normalize field names for standard terminology and resolve duplicate identities. The platform should come with state-of-the-art tools that allow you to create reusable queries for defining populations and for filtering by established and custom measures and value sets.
For many healthcare systems, high volumes of disparate data and analytics present an administrative burden rather than adding clinical value. Organizations that focus on interoperability can connect the care community—clinics, hospitals, patients—with real-time, standards-based data exchange within the provider workflow. Streamlining and automating data exchange helps organizations cut through the data noise and deliver timely, longitudinal analytics—which in turn enables point-of-care decision support and improves care coordination.
Healthcare systems increasingly seek to integrate disparate data to identify opportunities for improvement and support better decisions. More forward-looking organizations also seize opportunities to share de-identified data with other systems and entities. They know that massive, detailed, crated datasets can accelerate the production of new knowledge—and create opportunities for comparative analytics, precisions medicine, new research, and effective population health management.
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