Variations in healthcare delivery and benefits utilization can create opportunities that reduce costs and improve the value of healthcare delivery without compromising patient care. Big data analytics are providing government healthcare organizations with such value-based performance improvements.
Creating an Inpatient Clinic, the Future of Inpatient Medicine: Phoenix VA Health Care System has implemented the "computer on wheels" approach to take the office and work flow back to the bedside. By doing this, they completed rounds, charting, and discharges at the bedside and were able to predict when they would be at the bedside, creating "appointments" for nursing, ancillary services, and family to know when staff would be present. Big Data for Healthcare Application Management: Learn about big data and analytics capabilities that provide agencies 360-degree views of their healthcare applications and IT infrastructures. By correlating and visualizing all data, agencies enhance efficiencies, accelerate processes and optimize patient care and delivery.Identifying the Enemies Within Your Healthcare Corridors: Who's Really In Your Systems?: Explore not only the enforcement trends (including FTC) designed to protect healthcare organizations but also learn about practical and scalable compliance tools designed to assess and address security risks. Data Driven Healthcare Security: As government healthcare organizations continue to drive improvements in patient security, delivery and outcomes, it has become increasingly important for organizations to put data to work. Those effectively harnessing the power of their data are gaining huge benefits - meeting regulatory compliance, mitigating security risks, improving patient experience, and reducing costs.