A few years ago, providers were skeptical about the worth of big data. No more, says Joe Van De Graaff. “Now, healthcare organizations are starting to say, ‘We need to pay attention,’” according to Van De Graaff, research director for KLAS Enterprises.

Speaking at Health Data Management’s Healthcare Analytics Symposium this week in Chicago, he suggested that there are still substantial differences between industry perceptions about big data capabilities and actual performance. Many pieces still need to fall into place before providers can derive substantial benefits from big data.

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