Population health management has the power to transform healthcare, but that won't happen without robust data and use of analytics.
In this exclusive special report, FierceHealthIT takes a look at how data is impacting population health initiatives at these organizations, challenges the tsunami of data in healthcare brings with it and what the future of population health looks like. Report
How can IT fill in the gaps in the continuum of care and raise the level of health in the community? That's the main question Saint Peter's Healthcare System Chief Information Officer Frank DiSanzo is looking to answer through his work at the organization.
Improving community health is a major goal for the New Brunswick, New Jersey, health system, DiSanzo tells FierceHealthIT in an exclusive interview.
The industry is going to be moving to one based on "anytime, anywhere healthcare," he says. "There's a lot of pieces to that pie ... you're talking about integrating with home medical devices and pulling that data into electronic medical record systems. Interview
Each year, FierceHealthIT shines a spotlight on women who play a major role in the evolution of health IT. Our annual list--compiled with the help of reader nominations--includes individuals at the forefront of efforts merging patient care with technology. From providers, researchers and entrepreneurs to those in government, 28 leaders have been recognized over the past three years.
Once again, we're asking for your help to recognize 10 more individuals who are making a lasting impact on the industry. Read more...
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