Inside Angle

From 3M Health Information Systems

Data Science and Analytics

What’s new and what’s on the horizon for health information technology? 3M data scientists pull back the curtain on the latest tech innovations.

Expanding VBP arrangements to meet requirements and medical ecosystems

December 12th, 2016 / By Shannon Garrison, Ryan Butterfield

Following Medicare’s lead, New York State Medicaid has implemented requirements on health plans to rapidly increase the percentage of dollars being spent under value-based care arrangements. Not only will plans […]

Article: Utilizing LOINC with laboratory data

With Pam Banning

What is LOINC, and how does it work? What are best practices for implementing LOINC? Expert Pam Banning breaks it down in this article featured in the American Association for Clinical […]

Case Study: CMO: Montefiore Care Management

Learn how the Montefiore ACO used analytics to find at-risk members and measure quality, outcomes, cost and efficacy.

When Jobs met Wozniak: partnerships as the catalyst for healthcare 3.0

September 12th, 2016 / By JaeLynn Williams

We all know the story. It was 1976, and Steve Wozniak was dabbling in computer design in his garage. He created a new machine that he shared with his friend […]

Will healthcare big data go extinct?

August 29th, 2016 / By AJ Dandrea

In 2015, I wrote about the challenges in delivering analytics using incomplete data. Has anything changed in the last year and a half? Originally, the intent of many of the […]

A fundamental algorithm for health analytics

August 19th, 2016 / By Kristine Daynes

So much hope is invested in health data. As technology zooms into the 21st century (wearables, predictive modeling, precision medicine), health data organizations are scrambling to keep up. The promise […]

Smartphones and computer-assisted coding

August 11th, 2016 / By Clarissa George

When I entered my major’s program in college, I decided I could no longer go without a smartphone. Up until that point, I had gotten by with just a regular […]

Using agile methods in research

June 28th, 2016 / By Paul LaBrec

This month, I have invited a senior member of my Research team, Ryan Butterfield, to author a blog with me.  Ryan is a statistician who has been with the team […]

An aerial perspective: Percent of visits with CAC codes

June 17th, 2016 / By Clarissa George

Have you ever flown over the Midwestern United States? If you have, you know that as you look down from the airplane windows you see a ton of squares with […]

Video: Overcoming Incrementalism in Healthcare Transformation

With David Wetherelt, Herb Fillmore

Industry experts met in March 2016 at the State Healthcare IT Connect conference to discuss best practices.

To real time or not to real time – that is the analytics question

May 20th, 2016 / By AJ Dandrea

When we consider the complexity of systems and the challenges in making data-driven systems usable, it is easy to forget the principle of “real time.” As an industry, we hear […]

Annotations: A closer look

May 16th, 2016 / By Clarissa George

In my last blog post, I talked about Coder Acceptance methods and I introduced the idea of rolled up CAC methods and rolled up manual methods. I also went over […]