Lyniate Team

HIMSS Analytics: Spending on clinical and business intelligence tools will increase

June 11, 2016

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Article from Healthcare IT News:

Fewer than half of healthcare organizations participating in a recent survey are currently using C&BI tools. But HIMSS Analytics anticipates that the shift to value-based care and advances in predictive and prescriptive analytics technologies could change that in the near-term.

Quick thought on this report: As the demands for clinical and business intelligence increases, how will these data analytics tools receive the needed data from multiple sources of patient data?

Via an integration engine that sits in the middle of every EHR, application, and device in the care environment.

Read the full article at: www.healthcareitnews.com

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