With new models of patient care, it's essential to develop new, effective ways to manage information. Providers are increasingly turning to data analytics to take advantage of innovative healthcare trends.
Data reservoirs are useful tools that can help organizations create new products and services, increase customer service and efficiency, and reduce waste and fraud. But what is a data reservoir and how do you create it?
Companies that insist on offering high-quality services and products have discovered how analytics can help realize this goal. This installment of Answers in Analytics describes how a leading medical technology company uses analytics to realize multiple business benefits.
Learn how the UNC Health Care System developed an advanced care insights solution to convert unstructured data into useful alerts and reports designed to help physicians and patient care managers enhance patient care while cutting readmission rates.
Your data represents business value that your organization can’t afford to ignore. In this webcast, listen as two chief data officers discuss how you can position the CDO role for success and help your organization provide true value to customers.
If your organization is trying to make the most of its analytics capabilities, don’t miss these IBM Insight sessions—a presentation and a super session offering a deep look into the world of real-time analytics and discussing how to inject analytics into real-time operational systems.
The Internet of Things offers great potential in many fields, but healthcare can benefit in ways that affect everyone. An upcoming webcast describes how IoT-related technologies and streaming analytics can help healthcare providers reduce costs and improve patient outcomes.
University of Montana researchers maximized analytics to improve outcomes through highly effective and prompt brain trauma treatment and accelerated experimental research. Analytics also enabled quick identification of patients likely to develop post-traumatic epilepsy.
Medical experts agree that personalized care is integral to the fight against cancer, but providing such care is easier said than done when more than 14 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year. In this podcast, hear how one of the world’s leading cancer researchers plans to use big data
The Internet and our social feeds are full of blogs, news, articles and more on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the newswires and pulls out the most interesting items that provide fodder for thought and debate.
Each month in this new video series, “Answers in Analytics,” as we approach IBM’s Insight Conference, IBM clients will reveal in their own words, in man-on-the-street–style interviews, how IBM offerings are instrumental in helping them infuse analytics into their businesses.
The number of anticipated Baby Boomer retirees will surely be accompanied by a corresponding rise in healthcare costs—which will affect professionals and patients in a big way. Applying a preventative big data solution can help avoid these growing pains.
Here are 5 places in your city where predictive analytics are making a real difference. There is intense pressure being placed on public sector organizations to make smarter decisions, deliver results and demonstrate accountability. Big data and analytics are meeting this challenge.