Healthcare Informatics - November 14, 2016

“As value-based care organizations are now discovering, these multi-million dollar investments in traditional analytics are useful for understanding what happened—how many beds were filled, drugs prescribed, surgeries performed. However, they are incapable of answering the fundamental questions of value-based care: what should happen, to whom, when, and how, in order to prevent future events.”

Leonard D’Avolio and Rajiv Levanthal discuss the future of healthcare analytics and it looks very different than our current reality.