New Accenture research reveals how artificial intelligence can net health insurers big bucks.
The amount of data in healthcare is growing, but that’s not necessarily translating to improved patient outcomes. Here’s why.
Reasons organizations have traditionally had for not sharing data with each other are breaking down, opening a new type of conversation between payers and providers. Here’s how.
Measuring success in the value-based care era requires establishing a baseline and implementing new technology tools.
A new study may offer healthcare organizations a new way to close gaps in care while simultaneously engaging the patient as a partner in care.
Artificial intelligence is about to do what we hoped to see technology do in the last decade for the health industry: Empower organizations and clinicians to improve the health, outcomes, and experience of care for more people in less time and at lower cost.
Managing members with chronic conditions is a complex, costly challenge for health plans. Using AI to combine real-time patient data and guideline-directed medical therapy can help.
A survey from Imprivata has surprising findings about the magnitude of the patient matching problem.
These tools will reduce healthcare costs and improve care quality.
Benefit cuts and increasing prices are creating medical debt and bankruptcies. Some consumers respond by avoiding healthcare or abandoning coverage. Their alternative? They don’t pay providers.