Frustrated with your Data?
Healthcare organizations have made significant investments in implementing systems which yield an abundance of data. This data is often siloed and not integrated across systems or workflows, so the data is static, latent, and incomplete, reducing the value of the information. Hospital expenditures on analytics are anticipated to reach USD 18.7 billion by 2020, up from USD 5.8 billion in 2015*, as hospitals focus on quality and cost reduction. But without complete and accurate data, analytics alone cannot deliver on the demands of today’s healthcare environment, nor set you up for the future.