In the final episode of his six-part series on bolstering public health with big data, Roger Foster looks toward big data's promise of preventing health conditions, and outlines some of the challenges, notably the need for data scientists.
In part 5 of our ongoing series about big data and public health, Roger Foster discusses the ways the healthcare industry can reap better provider performance, reduced errors, and care coordination from big data.
In part 4 of his ongoing series, Roger Foster presents 3 tactics for leveraging big data to cut the administrative inefficiencies estimated to cost the U.S. healthcare industry as much as $150 billion every year.
Federal agencies have made considerable progress rooting out fraud and abuse of the healthcare system, yet much work remains. Roger Foster looks at how CMS can use big data tools to fight fraud and abuse at all levels.
Roger Foster continues his look at how government and private health agencies can harness big data to the betterment of public health. In this article, Foster delves into ways that data analytics can both enhance patient care and cut costs.
A tidal wave of health data is flooding government agencies. Here are 5 ways to use big data to reduce redundancies and unnecessary expenses while achieving better care outcomes that bolster population health.