As US healthcare systems grapple with the recent upheavals in care payment and delivery, they are turning to advanced analytics as their “central nervous systems” for driving care and financial performance.
Laboratory information — spanning chemistry, pathology, microbiology and molecular testing, for example — is among the best sources of data for these advanced analytics, including clinician decision support, predictive analytics, population health management, and personalized medicine. When strategically harnessed and integrated to create a patient-centric lab data lake, laboratory information can form an affordable yet competitively powerful advanced analytics solution well suited for many health systems — i.e., a disruptive option.
Listen as L. Eleanor J. Herriman, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Informatics Officer of Viewics, explains why laboratory data should be a core strategic component for achieving success in value-based healthcare.
L. Eleanor J. Herriman, MD, MBA is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Viewics.
- Why and how laboratory information is among the best data sources for advanced analytics
- Ways health systems can benefit from this advanced laboratory analytics value strategy
- How to create a patient-centric lab data lake
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