Emily Miraldi, PhD: How Big Data and Genomics are Improving Infectious Disease Research
Genomic research, according to Miraldi, is a big data problem, and one that can continually offer insight and inspiration.
Medisafe's Omri Shor: Choosing the Right Tech Vendors
"You want to understand very quickly where it is going and what value it brings to you,” he said.
Shiela Sahni and John Nosta: Controlling the Message in Healthcare
Healthcare messaging used to be controlled in a hierarchical, top-down manner. The internet changed that.
Omri Shor: The 3 Forces Enabling Patient Engagement Technologies
Omri Shor sees 3 main forces in the healthcare industry colliding to create a “perfect storm” for better patient engagement technologies.
John Nosta and Sheila Sahni on Patient Privacy: Part 2
“If we give them ownership, it will help engagement [and] improve outcomes, because now they can get better care."
Campbell and Fisher: Turn Real-World Data into Real-World Evidence
"This is duplicate work, and frankly we can't afford it on either end anymore."
MACRA Implementation Will be Difficult Without Meaningful Quality Measures
“Overall, at the general population level, I've been actually surprised as to how well people understand it."
Mayo's Nilay Shah: Concerns About Predictive Analytics
"We don't know how much of the care the patients get out of our system. How complete is our predictive ability?
Jim O'Donoghue: How Providers Should Choose Their Tech Partners
"Really, technologists aren't going to be able to figure out what's going to work best for patients,” he said.
Mayo's Nilay Shah, PhD: Just Having the Analytics Isn't Enough
Predictive analytics are powerful, they’re everywhere, and they can be meaningless if not designed with a purpose.
Defining Quality with Mayo's Nilay Shah, PhD
“Billions and billions of dollars are spent on just measuring quality that could be used for actually delivering care.”
John Dalton, MD: Good Outcomes Data Are Hard to Find
"We're trying to get a hold of them," he said. "In the meantime, we measure compliance with process."
Dalton: Change Is Hard, But Other Industries Can Show the Way
Why healthcare companies need to trade their "mom-and-pop," experience-based instincts for a data- and outcome-driven attitude.
Dawn Lacallade: How Big Data Complements Online Communities
“One of the best parts about being a part of this industry right now is we have data. We have tons of data,” social strategy creator Dawn Lacallade says.
Jim O'Donoghue: The "Virtuous Circle" of Good Patient-Facing Technology
"We provide valuable services, patients provide more data...then we can better personalize and improve those services."
Joshua Landy, MD: Medical Leadership Needs to Include Docs in Tech Decisions
Allowing physicians to not hate their technology seems attainable, if healthcare wants to achieve it
Amit Phull: Comparing the Past, Present, and Future of EHRs
"It's a bittersweet relationship that you have with VistA," the VA doctor said, indicating that there were pros and cons to the original EHR system.
Josh Landy, MD: Making Software "Feel Like a Colleague" to Physicians
"We need to act and feel like a colleague of the physician. That means culture, that means language, and that means design…"
Amit Phull, MD: Better Communication is the Next Big Thing
Despite the “buzzword” status of interoperability, it is the most important pursuit for the healthcare technology community in coming years.
Joshua Landy, MD: Why He's Bullish on Machine Learning
The Figure 1 CMO is optimistic, but he does not expect "fully functional robot doctors wheeling around the hospital diagnosing patients."
Amit Phull, MD: Healthcare Tech Innovation Demands Physician Input
"It's not that physicians aren't eager to innovate," said Amit Phull, MD: it's that often the tech they are given was made without their input.
John Dalton, MD: Avoiding Data Graveyards
Why it might be smart for some healthcare companies to build their own data warehouses.
Ezekiel Emanuel: Keys for High-Performing Hospitals
He underscored the importance of quality measurement and old-fashioned competition in encouraging doctors to use best practices.
Peter Bach, MD, On Logistical Considerations of Treating with Kymriah
"Issues which are very sort of granular and boring are actually going to be incredibly important when you're talking about this kind of money."
Doug L. Wood Details the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation
Medical Director Doug L. Wood sat down with Healthcare Analytics News to discuss how his institution is able to help other healthcare providers make the right care decisions.
Ezekiel Emanuel on Why Analytics and AI are "Substantially Overstated" in Medicine
The outspoken physician, healthcare administrator, and author does belive that machines will replace radiologists sooner rather than later, though.
Avoid Becoming "A Slave to the Big Data"
Doug L. Wood, Medical Director at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, detailed the pros and cons of hospital analytics.
Peter Bach Talks DrugAbacus and Ways Tech Hasn't Changed Medicine
Despite being the creator of innovative drug pricing technology, he believes medical tech has remained somewhat static in the past 30 years.
Doug L. Wood Explains Why Fee-for-Service Isn't Going Anywhere
"We continue to spend hundreds of billions of dollars trying to produce these measures, which for some people are irrelevant."
Machine Learning's Potential in a Comprehensive Community Data Set
The work is so inspiring, Laura Adams said, that sometimes she wishes she did not have to sleep.
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