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Browse more than 200 articles, white papers, videos and resources on topics ranging from population health, healthcare analytics, and value-based care.

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Childhood growth charts: an analysis of 580,000 height/weight observations for 63,000 children

Measuring the height and weight of 63,000 children against WHO standards reveals that this sample weighs 8% more than the global average by 24 months old.

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The evolution of diabetes: 12 years of disease state transitions

EHR and claims data for 10 million patients show the evolution of diabetes, a glimpse at the most at-risk individuals and a way to prevent disease.

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A day in the life of Dr. Jones: 24 visits, 16 hours, 2,541 clicks

In Dr. Jones's 16-hour day, she sees 24 patients. Between these visits lies a multitude of data, from EHR to engagement with clinic staff.

What Lies Beneath
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What lies beneath?: a comparison of claims data and EHR data available for 500 patients

Visualizing the vast and rich resources of EHR data that typically hide just beneath the surface and out of view.

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Cost and frequency of disease: singular conditions, dyads and triads

Do comorbidities mean higher healthcare spending? In a map of common diseases (like diabetes), multiple chronic conditions show a steep cost.

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Disease, diet and exercise: an analysis of the 48 contiguous states

Explore the CDC's state data on nutrition and exercise, behavioral factors that appear to correlate with depression and diabetes.


The Final Year: Visualizing End of Life

Where do we spend our final moments? Data shows that 42% of patients pass away at home, but an almost equal proportion die in hospitals.


Weaving Hospital Variation, Explained

Using 2015 CMS data, Arcadia looks at the variations in hospital size, quality of care, cost, and efficiency across ACOs.


The Final Word: Interoperability vs. Intraoperability

The English language gets a bad rap for being a difficult language to learn–and understandably so. It’s rife with contradictions. A single misplaced comma can change ...