Hospitals produce an average of 50 petabytes of data each year — 137 terabytes per day — with as much as 97% of that data going unused. Today, approximately 30% of the world's data volume is being generated by the healthcare industry. By 2025, the compound annual growth rate of data for healthcare will reach 36%.
Unlocking big data is critical to achieve healthcare transformation — which means healthcare organizations require access to high-quality and accurate data, as well as the right governance, infrastructure, and analytics to make the data effective and useful.
- The results of a timely survey conducted by HIMSS and Arcadia and how healthcare decision makers utilize data today and plan to utilize it in the future
- The transformative value of healthcare technology, and the challenges with implementing these solutions
- How to aggregate and analyze information for data-driven outcomes in healthcare, and employ fit-for-purpose workflow tools at all levels of an organization
Join Eric Gallagher, CEO at Ochsner Health Network, and Jake Hochberg, VP Analytics and Chief Analytics Officer at Arcadia, in a discussion to get a pulse on how leaders at top healthcare organizations are using data to position their teams for success. This is a session equally pertinent to large and small organizations focused on improving operations, financial success, and patient outcomes, and those with limited or competing staffing and budget resources.