Tag Archive: data

by Jody Ranck | October 13, 2015

Is the Clash of Cultures Slowing the Adoption of Clinician Use of Analytics?

This Domain Monitor digs deeper into the evidence-based medicine debate to see if there are other ways to frame the discussion and could open up ways for data science to uncover local patterns beyond global means that could provide physicians with the data they need to practice the art of medicine while also being scientifically based and evaluated. The timeliness of this debate is important; as interest in precision medicine and personalized approaches to therapy grows, we will need to manage the tensions that could possibly emerge between Population Health Management and the world of n=1.

by Jody Ranck | July 20, 2015

The Promise and Challenges of Analytics Marketplaces in Healthcare

It has been noted that healthcare is beginning to enter the algorithmic revolution and a new, higher value-added
set of services will be the next phase in the trajectory of health IT. Algorithms rather than data alone are the currency in the algorithmic revolution. Analytics-as-a-Service (AaaS) is the next wave…

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