Digital Twins in Healthcare: Enabling mass personalization of care delivery

February 21, 2019

This paper explores how far we have come in generating massive amounts of patient data, but how unprepared we are to make use of it. A digital twin promises an outcome-driven approach to handling the data deluge arising from the patient’s interconnected biology, provider interactions, and the environment.
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Democratizing Data for Healthcare Success

whitePaper | April 8, 2019

With the proliferation of data in the healthcare industry, actually making sense and use of this data requires the right analytics strategy. This whitepaper outlines how a healthcare provider’s ability to democratize data and analytics across the organization is indicative of its ability to affect patient outcomes, reduce costs and improve revenues.

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Improving efficiency in healthcare: Contingent workforce methods and outcomes

whitePaper | July 27, 2016

The goal in Contingent Workforce Management efficiency is to transition from an inefficient, pen, paper, phone and fax driven process to one that is transparent, fast and cost effective. 4 ways to improve efficiency - Process automation, Using KPIs to measure and succeed, 3rd party options: VMS or MSP, Think strategically.

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Emerging M2M Communications in Medical Devices

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The world appears to have shrunk into a virtual ball. People are getting connected through devices; machines are getting connected; and today, even homes are getting connected. Everything in the world is getting connected. So, what about medical devices? Well, they too are.

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ActiveHealth Management CareEngine: Advancing the Cause of Evidence-Based Care

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While the health care industry grew by only 3.7 percent last year, total direct health care expenditures still exceeded $3 trillion. Per capita, the United States spends the most on health care in the world, yet our population’s health continues to decline, with approximately half of all adults (117 million people) suffering from at least one chronic condition. Meanwhile, out-of-pocket costs continue to rise, with the average deductibles having risen 70 percent in the last seven years (adjusting for inflation). Yet despite all of this, it is estimated that appropriate, evidence-based care is used only about half of the time by physicians.

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Delivering on the Patient-Centered Promise

whitePaper | June 15, 2017

To be successful in today’s rapidly evolving, consumer-driven health care marketplace, hospitals and health systems must aggressively protect and promote their brand by maximizing the value of the care experience in the eyes of their patients.

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Digital marketing optimization: Strategies for engaging health care consumers online

whitePaper | October 10, 2018

The health care industry continues to experience unprecedented change, and in response, payers are shifting their marketing strategies from a focus on satisfying the needs of employers to those of consumers. Today’s health care consumers have more choices, greater accountability and a wealth of information (and sometimes misinformation) at their fingertips courtesy of the Internet. They want their health care shopping experience to be like any other retail purchase they make — simple, personalized and convenient — any time, anywhere.

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