Health Data Management July/August 2015

  • John Showalter, MD, is a student of medical history. And one of the reasons he's passionate about analytics is his sense that a new chapter is being written. "I firmly believe that predictive analytics is going to be as significant as penicillin and anesthesia in the history of medicine," he says.
    July 1
  • As clinical director of the federally funded Regional Extension Center that serves both Minnesota and North Dakota, Paul Kleeberg is seeing both ends of physician office clinical automation.
    January 12
  • For hospitals and other healthcare providers, data analytics just ain't what it used to be.
    July 1
  • Implementing clinical information systems at healthcare organizations can be a jarring experience. And when those systems conflict with long-used work processes for accomplishing clinical tasks, it's more than annoying. It can make an IT project a long, uphill slog.
    July 1
  • Imaging departments were some of the first to go digital in most healthcare organizations, through the installation of picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). Changes in PACS have been slow and steady for radiologists. Until lately, that is.
    July 1