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  • Collaboration, leadership and data improve patient care

    Sponsored by: Vizient (Intelligent Demand

    UCLA Health is achieving continuous, sustained improvement through collaboration, leadership and data. The health system has developed a strategy supported with a dashboard that provides UCLA Health with a systemwide framework to meet and determine goals around six focus areas.

  • Process improvements and teamwork reduce hypoglycemic events

    Sponsored by: Vizient (Intelligent Demand

    Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital's quality improvement team partnered with a pilot unit to increase the frequency of hypoglycemia rechecks within 15–30 minutes from 33% in 2019 to 70% in 2020 among hospitalized patients. By using data, collaboration and proven methodology, the hospital was able to sustain this improvement through 2021.

  • Improving patient care using A data-driven approach

    Sponsored by: Vizient (Intelligent Demand

    The daily routine of admitting and discharging patients as well as scheduling surgeries and procedures poses daunting organizational and logistical challenges. Los Angeles-based Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) has embarked on a multiyear initiative to optimize the movement of patients through its facilities.

  • Why Optimizing Medicare Risk Adjustment for New Enrollees Matters

    Sponsored by: LexisNexis

    Risk assessment has always been a challenge because needed data has been unavailable. New opportunity comes with the Patient Access API data coming available. Soon, health plans will be able to have the member data they need to better assess risk and influence better outcomes.

  • The downstream impacts of a dirty data lake

    Sponsored by: Intelligent Medical Objects

    The downstream impacts of a dirty data lake and how normalization can help, examines how incomplete or inconsistent data can impede important initiatives within health systems. It also explore how a robust normalization solution, grounded in a foundational layer of clinical terminology, can help complete and enrich patient data to help mitigate.

  • The 21st Century Cures Act: A payer’s perspective

    Sponsored by: Intelligent Medical Objects

    While the 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law in 2016, now that the final rules from CMS and ONC have been finalized, a lot is changing – especially when it comes to interoperability and the role of payers. This paper will get you up to speed with.

  • Can telehealth help solve health inequities?

    Sponsored by: Virtu Visit

    Addressing inequity in the health care system is a topic of great concern among physicians. Historically, available data containing metrics to measure health equity lags 5 - 15 years behind current conditions. New tools are necessary to help physicians address this issue.

  • Humanizing Healthcare

    Sponsored by: Virtu Visit

    Health equity has been an ongoing issue for many years. Despite best efforts, many programs only report on continued disparities of the issue rather than proactive, solution-oriented data. Leveraging technology as an approach to health equity can enhance patient care reporting and close the gap on equity issues.

  • Health Plans Can Maximize Clinical Data ROI by Capturing Accurate Risk Scores

    Sponsored by: Diameter Health

    A risk score can be used in many applications, including toestablish reimbursement under payment models such as Medicare and Medicaid.Risk adjustment can also be used for proactive care management activities, suchas identifying candidates for disease management programs.


    Sponsored by: Diameter Health

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques, like Optical Character Recognition (OCR), Natural Language Processing (NLP), and others, promise to uncover a wealth of medical insights currently trapped in PDFs and the unstructured and semi-structured elements in clinical notes.&nbsp.

  • The Potential of Clinical Data: Better Health and a More Efficient Healthcare System

    Sponsored by: Diameter Health

    Clinical data in particular is a rich resource offering timely details about the health of individuals and populations, including vital signs, test results, diagnoses, immunizations, and more that are not present in other data sources such as claims.

  • Buyer's guide to backup and recovery software

    Sponsored by:

    In this handbook, learn more about the market for backup and recovery software and key data protection capabilities to look out for.

  • Computer Weekly – 14 June 2022: Managing Apple Macs in the enterprise

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with more people working remotely, the use of Apple Macs in the enterprise is growing – we look at how to manage them securely. Our latest buyer's guide examines security in the supply chain. And 10 years on from the London Olympics, we find out how data innovation is revitalising its legacy. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 7 June 2022: Using technology to reinvent shopping

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, after the pandemic led to a boom in e-commerce, we look at how retailers are turning to tech to revitalise their stores. We examine the issues around using algorithmic automation to manage employees. And we find out how data science is supporting drug discovery at Novartis. Read the issue now.

  • Building the Data Lakehouse

    Sponsored by: DataBricks

    The lakehouse’s unique ability to combine the data science focus of the data lake with the analytics power of the data warehouse will unlock incredible value for organizations. Get your copy of this e-book to discover the 5 key steps to building a successful data lakehouse.

  • Data backup failure: Top 5 causes and tips for prevention Infographic

    Sponsored by:

    Backups are central to any data protection strategy, and they are critical to any disaster recovery plan. Unfortunately, backup failure is all too common. When you look at the reasons for failure, the same issues come up again and again. Download this exclusive infographic and find more about how to prevent backup failure.

  • Top 5 digital transformation trends in 2022

    Sponsored by:

    As organizations move out of crisis mode, CIOs are rethinking their digital transformation strategies. Here are five key areas CIOs are focusing on as we move out of crisis mode and into the future, with Intelligent search, CDPs, AIOps, DevOps/Agile/ITSM claiming the spotlight.

  • Business analytics needs underpinnings of sound data and data-skilled humans

    Sponsored by:

    Data analytics for the solution of first-order business problems is probably more important than ever. It is not new. Companies and organisations have been analysing computerised data for many decades. But all sorts of companies now pronounce themselves "data driven". Read more about business analytics trends in this exclusive e-guide.

  • CIO Guide: Rewiring Your Culture to Be Data-Driven

    Sponsored by: Amazon Web Services

    True data-driven organizations treat data as a strategic asset, making it widely accessible to users across the business. In this IDG eBook, sponsored by AWS, explore the factors that stand in the way of a data-driven culture and learn about what steps companies can take to build a successful and sustainable data approach for their organization.

  • Reassessing Data-Driven Business Transformation Through a New Lens

    Sponsored by: Amazon Web Services

    In this HBR report, sponsored by Amazon Web Services, explore the value that data is bringing to organizations and how to avoid the common pitfalls many face when embedding a data strategy into their business.

  • The Data-Driven Enterprise

    Sponsored by: Amazon Web Services

    Read The Data-Driven Enterprise to learn about the six practical steps your organization can take to become data-driven and how other organizations are using data to drive their business forward.

  • Real-Time Legacy Data Use Cases

    Sponsored by: Precisely

    While it can be easy to obsess with cutting edge technology and new data, it’s important to avoid overlooking the value of legacy data. This white paper examines why legacy data is frequently difficult to access in real time and describes 4 use cases that illustrate how impactful legacy data can be when put to real time use. Download it today.

  • Computer Weekly - 5 April 2022: Police use of AI needs overhaul to prevent abuse

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, a House of Lords inquiry calls for a rethink on how police forces use AI technologies – we examine the issues. Our new buyer's guide looks into edge datacentres. And the EU and US agree a new data protection deal to replace Privacy Shield, but will it stand up to scrutiny? Read the issue now.

  • CW Innovation Awards Project of the Year: StratMed

    Sponsored by:

    Named Project of the Year in the Computer Weekly Innovation Awards APAC 2022, StratMed's Integer platform is facilitating data exchanges between healthcare providers and their suppliers to improve transparency in India's healthcare supply chain.

  • Computer Weekly - 22 March 2022: One year on from IR35 reforms - why IT skills are harder to find

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, a year after IR35 tax reforms were introduced, we assess the impact on the UK's IT talent pool – and it's not looking good. We examine the rise of industry clouds, and how they are changing the market. And we find out how London councils plan to work together on data and innovation. Read the issue now.

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