In 2016, initiatives such as population health management and value-based care took form, with a particular emphasis on data analytics capabilities.

However, many organizations are struggling to leverage analytics tools to their full capacity. According to a recent KPMG study, 60 percent of organizations are not confident in their data and analytics insights, and only 10 percent feel that they excel in managing the quality of data and analytics. To change the paradigm of data analytics in healthcare, the healthcare IT sector needs to continue to build out the technology and competencies necessary for managing increasing volumes of data.

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