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Tag: data

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Data-driven approaches are essential to assessing COVID-19 risk

June 3rd, 2020 / By Megan Carr

As we all face the reality of day-to-day life during a pandemic, I consider myself in the lucky category. My husband and I may struggle as we manage two full-time […]

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Video: Using performance data to improve service-line workflow

Sharp Health uses data to enhance performance for their cardiothoracic service line. The result is specific information to help clinicians document cases precisely and improve patient care.

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AI Talk: Consumer Protection, middle schoolers, speedy run-away star and tennis

September 20th, 2019 / By V. “Juggy” Jagannathan, PhD

This week’s AI Talk… California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) Last week, Fortune had an in-depth article on a new piece of consumer protection legislation that will become law January 1, […]

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What’s for dinner? Creating something meaningful from raw data

September 4th, 2019 / By Precious Porter, RN, BSN

Have you ever come home after a long day’s work and after looking in the refrigerator and pantry wondered, “What should I make for dinner?” I have done that quite […]

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Video: What They’re Watching: Michael Keyes

With Michael Keyes

Michael Keyes, Client Engagement Manager at 3M Health Information Systems, joins State of Reform to discuss using data to improve healthcare.

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LOINC groups: An idea to help searching in LOINC

January 14th, 2019 / By Jacee Robison, RN, MS

The Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes—widely known as LOINC—is a standard terminology created to enable a common understanding of laboratory and clinical observations, such as lab tests and results, […]

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The Cloud makes it easy to accumulate data, but should it?

May 25th, 2018 / By AJ Dandrea

As a traditional technology leader, it took me a few years to accept the Cloud and its ability to provide the agility of “adding” storage to solve any problem quickly. […]

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Cardiovascular registries: Patient data, appropriate use, and technology innovation

January 31st, 2018 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Sometimes science upends what we think of as common sense.  We might believe that a degenerative tear in the meniscus (cartilage in the knee) ought to be fixed. Then some […]

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White Paper: Medicaid value-based care: Best practice strategies for success

Discussion of five best practices that help Medicaid agencies transition toward value-based care.

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More questions than answers

August 2nd, 2017 / By Jason Mark

One of the things I most enjoy about the team I work with is that we get to ask a lot of questions and then we try to figure out […]

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Down with dashboards! Viva la data revolución!

July 12th, 2017 / By Jeremy Zasowski

If your organization is like most, you’re well stocked with dashboards that show your organization’s latest performance metrics. Which numbers are up (DNFB and LOS—Boo!), which numbers are down (CDI […]

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Understanding ICD-10 data: What the root operations can (and can’t) tell you

June 23rd, 2017 / By Rhonda Butler

In my last blog I said that the ICD-10-PCS root operations are not created equal—some are narrowly defined, and some have “wiggle room” in their definitions. By “narrowly defined,” I […]