Big data will sustain to be a burden for physicians unless the healthcare industry can acquire meaningful interoperability, care coordination, and data exchange.
Physicians are always alerting their patients that they can have too much of a good thing when it comes to sweets or French fries, but healthcare experts are having trouble understanding how to change the way the adage applies to their own big data consumption.
Contributors are simply overwhelmed by the rate of data they are hoped to digest during the procedure of patient care, stated CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt during a speech presented at Datapalooza this week, still they feel chronically uninformed when it comes to actionable steps to take in order to improve quality and results.
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