Add Behavioral Data to Social Determinants For Better Patient Understanding

Health Populi

“Health agencies will have to become at least as sophisticated as other consumer/retail industries in analyzing a variety of data that helps uncover root causes of human behavior,” Gartner recommended in 2017.

Digital Intelligence and the Role of Data in Personalization

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In a data-driven environment, it is no surprise that this year Information Executives (CIO, CDO, CTO, CAO) focus on the following topics according to IDG, Gartner, CIO, and Forrester: Trying to figure out ways to increase IT Budget to spend on innovative products and design.

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Creating a Holistic View: Data Consolidation and Integration

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The consolidation of data and integration of systems is essential to providing a holistic 360-degree view of patients and members. One organization that understands the challenges associated with bringing data together across a large number of hospitals is Mayo Clinic. They also allow you to bring in data from any vendor source, whether it’s claims, revenue, patient-generated, or other EHRs.

Healthcare Data Ownership: Turning Patients into Proactive Consumers

Mobile Health Matters

The healthcare data explosion has prompted thorny debates over data ownership and access. Obviously, patients have a vested interest in having access to their own personal health history, but the data holds value for other stakeholders as well. The Benefits of Patient-Owned Data.

Pay people for their data – yes, or no?

Society for Participatory Medicine

SPM members Casey Quinlan (yes, yours truly) and Jan Oldenburg were part of a trinity of folks debating the idea of paying people for the data they contribute to the digital economy, in healthcare and in all other sectors. Data Commons Cooperative. Ciitizen (health data coop).

Data Integration: Taming the Beast of Healthcare – Part 3

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… it is impressively difficult to integrate data from one or more EMR systems into a cohesive analytical warehouse database. Before any organization takes on the job to build a data warehouse there needs to be a reason to do it.

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Governance in Healthcare: Big Data is Table Stakes

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Big data itself does not alter the approach to governance nor its framework. And big data isn’t just about data – it’s also concerned with managing and governing vast amounts of content of varying types such as video, images, voice, etc.

Data Integration: Taming the Beast of Healthcare – Part 2

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Last September I started a blog series on data integration for Healthcare. The problem, it is impressively difficult to integrate data from one or more EMR systems into a cohesive analytical database. Let me recap part 1 “ Data Integration: Taming the Beast of Healthcare ”.

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How the Latest on Facebook and the “Deep State” Could Undermine Patient Data Sharing and AI

Health Populi

There’s a potential large obstacle that could prevent the full benefits of the current go-go, bullish forecasts for artificial intelligence (AI) to help make healthcare better: a decline in consumers’ willingness to share their personal data.

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Data Integration: Taming the Beast of Healthcare

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To accomplish this, operational data has to be extracted and integrated. Integrating clinical data at this level of detail requires a (wait for it) monstrous effort. To satisfy these complex reporting and analysis requirements requires finding the needed data in many operating systems then merge it all together in a usable way. Lack of expertise in these areas can adversely affect the quality, accuracy and usability of a data warehouse.

Medical Device Development and Data Science Integration

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Medical Device Development and Data Science Integration appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial AI Cyient healthcare data science medical devices Sean OttoThis content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

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Data from Connected Medical Devices: 5 Benefits

E-CareManagement Blog

Guest Post by Abbas Dhilawala , Chief Technology Officer, Galen Data . The post Data from Connected Medical Devices: 5 Benefits appeared first on e-CareManagement blog. Guest Posts chronic disease disease management healthcare healthcare data internet of things IoT medical devices

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Visualization Tools Help Put Data to Work

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Army claim that clinical data visualization is a key component in the usage and delivery of EHRs because it: Presents data in a pleasing, easy-to-understand manner. Makes digesting and sharing data faster and simpler. Researchers with the U.S.

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Rucker, Siddiqui highlight government data sharing initiatives

Mobi Health News

Internal data sharing, an exchange framework for HIEs, and support for open APIs are all HHS priorities

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The promises of consumer health data dominated CES 2019

Mobi Health News

From on-stage demos to expo floor chit chat, attendees couldn't resist discussing what data collection and analysis could bring to consumer healthcare technology

Sharing Too Much? A Tale of Privacy, Big Data and Sleep Technologies

Electronic Health Reporter

People are able to gather data about their sleep to help them get better rest, track insomnia, stress, and exercise, and keep up to date on their own daily routines […]. A Tale of Privacy, Big Data and Sleep Technologies appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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Data Security: How eVisit protects your booty

eVisit

Telemedicine is easy, right?

Why Healthcare Companies Should Better Protect Medical Data

Electronic Health Reporter

And while data breach may not be a new term or even a new problem, in 2019, it’s become a massive issue, particularly in the healthcare […]. The article Why Healthcare Companies Should Better Protect Medical Data appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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Sicker Consumers Are More Willing to Share Health Data

Health Populi

People dealing with chronic conditions are keener to share personally-generated data than people that don’t have a chronic disease, Deloitte’s 2018 Survey of U.S> The post Sicker Consumers Are More Willing to Share Health Data appeared first on HealthPopuli.com.

Data Confrontation – Who is Responsible for a Patient’s Data?

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Through most of history, data like EKGs were collected by hospitals and health professionals. As watches move from fitness trackers to medical devices, questions emerge such as, what is a healthcare system’s responsibility to work with individually collected data?

What the Pew Data on Americans’ Views on Technology Means for Healthcare

Health Populi

This data point is part of a larger consumer survey on Americans’ attitudes about the growing role of technology in society, particularly with respect to political and social impacts.

Data Lake and Information Governance – The Key Takeaways

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A Data Lake can be a highly valuable asset to any enterprise, and there is a myriad of technology solutions available for leveraging the processes to feed, maintain and retrieve information from the Lake. This is the primary Takeaway to keep in mind when a Data Lake solution is being considered – or is already in place but needing improvement – by any organization. Defines and ensures all parties adhere to the Rules, Rights and Processes for the use and management of the Data Lake.

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Protecting Patient Data From Insider Threats

Electronic Health Reporter

In the more than 20 years since the landmark passage of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), healthcare organizations have come a long way in protecting the security and privacy of patient data. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

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Patient Ownership of Data?

Society for Participatory Medicine

Do you care about health data ownership and want to stay abreast of national initiatives to wrestle with and solve ownership issues? What does it mean to own my health data? Barriers: To what extent do uncertainties about data ownership and control slow down data use?

So, about this “big data” thing …

Society for Participatory Medicine

On Facebook last Friday our member Carla Berg Nelson posted briefly about a new Psychology Today blog post, Data: the New Window into Humanity , by John Nosta. Peter, a retired family medicine doc and true advocate of participatory medicine, articulated my own perspective (excerpts; emphasis added): He makes three valid points: there is huge interest in and concern about data, it has become a form of currency, and if used properly it can result in positive change.

LunaDNA offers company shares in exchange for health data

Mobi Health News

The company claims it is the first to work with the SEC to figure out how consumers could exchange health data for equity.

Working with the Data Lake Aggregator – Standards and Templates

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In my previous blog , I described the concept of an “Information Catalog” and how it plays a vital role in ensuring communication between the Data Lake Aggregator and Suppliers and Consumers is efficient and effective due to the common language that it provides.

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Medical Device Development and Data Science Integration

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Medical Device Development and Data Science Integration appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This content is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. By Dr. Sean Otto, business development, Cyient.

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Oldie but Goodie: Big Data and Banana Pricing – Why Bananas Should be FDA Regulated

Digital Health

While we don’t often call it “Big Data” anymore, having moved on to the new jargon […]. Boards of Directors Digital Health Healthcare Information Technology Sensors & Wearables Uncategorized big data medical AI robot board member spurious correlations VITAL venture capitalNote to readers: I originally wrote this piece in May of 2014.

Data Lakes, Not Just For Analytics Anymore

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Data Lakes have been around since the early part of this decade as most Fortune 500 companies have a Data Lake or are building a Data Lake. The drive to lake data has predominately been driven by analytical use cases where Data Scientists can wrangle and prepare data for their study or model building. Security advancements of Hadoop and Cloud-based Big Data Offerings has reassured companies that their data assets are protected in the new data ecosystem.

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Data Driven Predictive Medical Devices: An Interview

Medical Connectivity

Randall Moorman , a practicing cardiologist and professor of medicine, biomedical engineering and molecular physiology and biological physics at the University of Virginia, who spoke about the impact of ‘big data’ on medical devices and showed an overview of their CoMET product.

Harness Your Enterprise Data Warehouse Strategy

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It is a thought-provoking, long, and crucial process to create an enterprise data warehouse (EDW) stocked with relevant data. A proper enterprise data strategy can empower a business. The International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates the amount of data in the world will reach 163 trillion gigabytes by 2025. Scientists and doctors have a lot of data to base their research upon. Proving data has the biggest potential to revolutionize healthcare.

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Big data best practices grew from failures

Mobi Health News

Douglas Gentile, Chief Medical Information Officer at the University of Vermont Health Network, discusses how lessons learned from past failures helped his organization figure out four critical components needed for successful data governance

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Data Lake Consolidation – the Aggregator Analogy

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In my last post I introduced the concept of the Data Lake as a Consolidator and the critical success factor of applying robust Information Governance to this environment. So, a Data Lake as Consolidator. Data & Analytics Healthcare data governance data lake data lakes

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If Data Is The New Oil in Healthcare, Will It Be Safe to Drink? The Accenture Digital Health Tech Vision 2018

Health Populi

More data is moving into internet clouds every day, from healthcare encounters with clinicians and inpatient hospital stays to prescribed medicines, retail receipts for over-the-counter remedies, wearable technologies, credit card swipes for products and services, and GPS check-ins.

Data Lake as Aggregator – The Critical Role of the Catalog

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My previous blog talked about a Data Lake using a Supplier-Aggregator-Consumer analogy and talking about the roles each of these parties play.

The Cost of a Healthcare Data Breach is $408 Per Stolen Record, 3X the Industry Average

Health Populi

The cost of a healthcare data breach is $408, nearly three-times the cross-industry average, revealed in the 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview , from IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute. This 2018 report found the average cost of a data breach globally was $3.86

Why healthcare data may be more secure with cloud computing

Mobi Health News

But like with most things in healthcare, organizations need to keep following up after choosing the right vendor and signing an airtight contract to best protect data

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Companies large and small tackle data privacy at Health 2.0

Mobi Health News

Google, Nebula Genomics, take notice of consumer calls for control over data

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Patient access to data: Global examples

Mobi Health News

Giving patients control of their own data is essential, Dr. Shafi Ahmed, CMO, Medical Realities, says, adding that smartphones are an indispensable tool for empowering the patient

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