By Katherine H. Capps – Actionizing may not be a real word, but it’s what comes to mind as I reflect on what we heard from health care changemakers at our February 6 GTMRx Institute and Bipartisan Policy Center event in Washington, DC less than two weeks ago.Read More
Analytics and Pop Health
By Jeffrey Goldsmith – Deploying IoT involves the installation of infrastructure, specific sensors, computers and cameras. However, to successfully deploy IoT this must also include real-time analytics, and introducing AI technologies into the mix creates AIoT.
“Healthcare software support is on the cusp of change, and as healthcare technologies evolve and improve, they are reshaping the very nature of what client services and tech support are,” said Doug Brown, president of Black Book Research.
This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include Current Health, Mass General Hospital, Eko, NantHealth, Vyasa Analytics & more.
By Kayla Matthews – Right now, medical communities around the globe continue to face both new and old challenges. These include untreatable diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disease, as well as relatively new infectious ailments like hantavirus, SARS and hepatitis C.
What’s holding back 80% of hospital and medical providers from using digital data platforms to make industry-fixing decisions? The healthcare analytics market is soaring, exceeding $14 billion spent in 2019 and anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 23.5% to $40 billion by 2024.
If you haven’t seen our white paper resources yet, these are a good place to start. Here are the most popular of 2019.
We rounded up some final thoughts on 2019 from some usual suspects. Healthcare and health IT was more than just news last year. Take a last look as we put 2019 in the rear view mirror.
By Matthew A. Michela – It seems everyone has jumped on the AI bandwagon in healthcare these days. Behind the hype are fundamental structural and cultural considerations that will either make these efforts successful or doom this nascent effort into being another industry fad until a later time.