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Tag: healthcare data

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Waterfalls and data…don’t get submerged!

August 21st, 2019 / By Cheryl Manchenton, RN

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Iceland, the location of my daughter’s destination wedding (at the base of a waterfall!) What a marvelous country. Most surprising were the waterfalls […]

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eGuide: A single source of truth

How to combine reliable data and performance management for a successful value-based healthcare system.

Knowledge Lab Post

eGuide: Data analytics: More promise than performance?

In an era of unprecedented data access, how can you leverage data to benefit your patients and populations?

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Are you creating a data solar system or an asteroid belt?

November 14th, 2018 / By AJ Dandrea

In the last few decades, Pluto was declassified as a planet and categorized as something else–a dwarf planet. Basically, scientists acknowledged Pluto’s distinctive place in the universe and decided it […]

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What do Facebook and healthcare data have in common?

April 9th, 2018 / By Barbara Aubry, RN

If you listen, watch or stream news updates then you’ve likely heard about the Facebook data privacy scandal. During a recent early morning treadmill jaunt, I listened to a CNBC […]

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As healthcare change accelerates, two constants remain: Data & dollars

February 2nd, 2018 / By Clark Cameron

For most of the past century, health care has been a somewhat straightforward proposition. People get sick or injured, visit a doctor or hospital, receive treatment and settle up via […]

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ICD-10: One Small Step for Health Care—Politics Can Take a Hike

June 8th, 2015 / By Rhonda Butler

If no further weird politics intervene, we will be able to use ICD-10 codes for real, finally, beginning October 1, 2015. This experience has been emotionally draining for everyone. For […]

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Who’s After Your Healthcare Data?

December 3rd, 2014 / By Jeremy Zasowski

It has been impossible to ignore the number of data breaches in the news lately. Whether you have been directly affected or not, one thing is certain: data security should […]

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What Can an 18th Century Botanist Teach Us about 21st Century Healthcare?

November 12th, 2014 / By Rhonda Butler

Carl Linnaeus’s Systema Naturae, the taxonomy of living things he developed in the 18th century to classify living organisms, named only about 10,000 species of organisms, including roughly 6,000 plants […]