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Big Data Analytics in Healthcare

The healthcare industry is undergoing a massive transformation, with providers challenged to increase the quality of care, raise patience experiences, and streamline their operations. New data sources such as doctor’s notes and sensor data, in addition to patient care data from systems such as Cerner and Epic and payment transaction data can generate insights to improve patient care, deliver more efficient and effective services, and speed time to revenue from claims payments. Datameer is helping industry leaders such as Cardinal Health and Cotiviti analyze their big data to find new insights and transform the healthcare experience.

Improve Experiences and Outcomes

With Big Data analytics you can provide an exceptional healthcare experience by monitoring, analyzing and improving your services in totally new ways. At the same time, big data analytics can help improve patient care quality and safety by giving you immediate access to consolidated diagnostic information, reducing opportunities for medical errors.

Increase Operational Efficiency

When you bring together all of your data from resource utilization, materials stocking levels, purchasing options, supplier performance, and more, you can use Datameer to proactively identify cost inefficiencies, waste, risk, and steps in processes that can be streamlined.

Streamline Payment Cash Flow

If your organization participates in the new value-based and shared-risk reimbursement models, big data healthcare analytics can provide the insights you need to proactively manage the bottom line and remain profitable. The sooner you can identify, for instance, which physicians have higher-than-expected post-surgical readmission rates, the sooner you can diagnose what’s wrong, take steps to systematically improve clinical effectiveness and outcomes, and bring KPIs into alignment to meet your financial goals.