Tag Archive: Health Catalyst

by John Moore | February 07, 2019

HIMSS’19: What to Expect, What I Hope to Find

Next week, most of the healthcare IT industry will descend on Orlando to attend HIMSS’19. This is my 12th year […]

by John Moore | October 01, 2018

Health Catalyst: Good Vision but Short of Grand

Health Catalyst (HC) is arguably the strongest, best-of-breed vendor for clinical data analytics in the market today. And as a […]

by Brian Edwards | July 11, 2018

Unlocking Healthcare’s Big Data with NLP-powered Ambient and Augmented Intelligence

NLP technologies have reached an inflection point with the emergence of advanced deep machine learning methods that are on-par with humans for an ever-increasing list of core natural language skills, such as speech recognition and responding to questions. NLP is particularly well suited to address two huge problems in healthcare – easing the clinical documentation burden for clinicians and unlocking insights from unstructured data in EHRs – but there are powerful new use cases also emerging.

by Matt Guldin | September 15, 2016

Analytics – An Integral Part of Care Management Success

Last week, I attended the 3rd Health Analytics Summit (HAS). This was my first time attending an event that now […]

by John Moore | November 13, 2015

Top Three Factors Driving Growth in Cloud Analytics for Healthcare

So here is a scary thought for all those who fear the move to cloud services due to cybersecurity and […]

by John Moore | September 15, 2015

Health Analytics Summit Full of Surprises

Last week, the analytics vendor, Health Catalyst (HC) invited me to the Health Analytics Summit (HAS), which to put it simply, […]

by John Moore | April 23, 2015

HIMSS’15 Pilgrimage: Impressions and Takeaways

Another year, another HIMSS conference. While I often may gripe about this event; the seemingly endless parroting of buzzword(s) de […]

by John Moore | April 01, 2015

The Future Evolution of the HIT Market

The healthcare IT market is not much different than other software markets – it has its own particular nuances of course, but beyond that, the basic mechanics of how this market will evolve in the next five years will reflect what has occurred in other software markets, particularly the enterprise ERP market.

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