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Data activation in healthcare: How healthcare leaders plan to put their data to work

Healthcare Analytics Data Interoperability and Integration Data Management and Quality Artificial Intelligence Vitals

Healthcare leaders know that trustworthy data is critical to improving clinical and business performance. But they struggle to put that data to work to improve care, empower their workforces, and inform decision-making.

A recent study conducted by HIMSS Market Research uncovered that many organizations have integrated various tools and data sources with data analytics platforms to get more from their data, and they’re looking to supercharge their efforts with AI and new data sources. Yet, more than half of executive, IT, technology, and clinical leaders report that, on average, only 53% of this data informs business decisions.

What’s more, organizations face various challenges in adopting new data platforms and tools. The most common barriers include competing priorities, the perceived complexity of integration, and a lack of internal resources. Something has to give.

Register for this timely webinar to learn:

  1. The results of a survey conducted by HIMSS, which uncovered gaps in data utilization for strategic decision-making in healthcare
  2. Key priorities for healthcare analytics platforms identified by executive, IT, technology, and clinical leaders
  3. Opportunities to leverage non-traditional data sources, AI, and more with the power of a data platform
  4. How leaders can overcome data utilization barriers and put data to work to improve care delivery and workforce efficiency

We’re at a crucial turning point in healthcare. Access to real-time, accurate data on a platform that delivers insights — and results — across the care continuum will define the future of healthcare. One-third of leaders also recognize data’s value in boosting workforce productivity and uncovering cost-saving opportunities. Those who unlock data’s potential today will come out on top tomorrow.

Headshot of Mike Tiffany
Chief Operating Officer, Arcadia
Headshot of Shashi Vangala
SVP, Chief Data Analytics Officer, Ochsner Health