17 février
16 février

La loi adoptée le 17 décembre 2015 au terme d’un long processus représente pour les hébergeurs de données de santé (HDS) une avancée significative, devant leur permettre d’assumer mieux, avec plus de réactivité et de lisibilité leurs missions de protection des données personnelles qui leur sont confiées et de support des pratiques coopératives de soins. Toutefois, ce texte dense et éclectique ne pouvait aller dans un niveau de détail suffisant pour comprendre le cadre exact dans lequel...

During Australian Healthcare Week on March 15-17, I will be delivering two keynotes on the future of healthcare, at the Health Facilities Design & Development conference and the Healthcare Efficiency Through Technology conference. In the lead-up to the conference, an article Healthcare 2020: what will the future of healthcare look like in Australia? draws on an interview with me to explore this space. Below are just a few excerpted quotes from the extensive interview with me: On big data...

Every healthcare stakeholder agrees that it’s time for clinical data to get up and running. But just because everyone’s behind an effort certainly doesn’t make it easier. Clinical analytics, at this stage in its evolution, is really a race against time. For provider organizations, the future of value-based care came much faster than expected: Medicare recently announced an ambitious timeline for transitioning to value- and risk-based reimbursement models, and state governments and private...

When we visit our doctor or go into hospital, we have faith in the knowledge that the healthcare professionals involved are treating us according to proven scientific methods, otherwise known as evidence-based medicine (EBM). This means they’re prescribing drugs or selecting treatment methods that have proven successful in clinical research.  

Over the past 40 years, little has been learned about how to prevent, diagnose and effectively treat one of the most complex infectious diseases in the country — chronic Lyme disease. But now, big data tools like patient registries have the potential to...

Big Data analyses are observational, raising threats to causal inference. Validity checks help, but we must not let enthusiasm about Big Data obscure the science. Austin B. Frakt, PhD, and Steven D. Pizer, PhD Spurred by the accuracy with which companies...

15 février

The big data analytics opportunities are expanding quickly in the healthcare industry. What are some of the most promising areas of growth? Big data analytics isn’t just a fad for the healthcare industry: it’s a quickly growing, incredibly lucrative opportunity to restructure the way care delivery works.  Billions of dollars are on the line for vendors who can successfully prove their value to the provider community, which has an insatiable appetite for the tools and...

“We live in a world of big data, we need to be able to capture it and analyse it intelligently,” he said. The CQC is currently looking preparing a future strategy for the organisation which will be published in May. Wyman’s plans are thought to be...

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