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Healthcare is using big data analytics more frequently to make informed decisions. Predictive analytics can provide insights into potential outcomes based on historical data. This helps financial, medical, and administrative staff make better decisions. Predictive analytics is especially useful in emergency care but can also be used in other areas such as financial administration and data security. Analytics is being used throughout healthcare businesses to extract actionable insights and improve patient care while reducing costs.
How often do you have to deal with a clunky, outdated software while at work? You know, the systems that barely drag along, where the only thing you can do at times is hope that you will be able to finally get some work done today? This is something that happens all the time in various public sectors. Case management systems are often slow, ineffective, and out-of-date.
Are you confused about HIPPA and how it can affect your public health agency? You’re not alone. HIPPA can be difficult to navigate when you’re working for yourself. In an era where healthcare records are increasingly being maintained online and by using the cloud, compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is becoming more important than ever to keep information from becoming vulnerable.
With the healthcare industry developing increasingly sophisticated big data analytics capabilities, the industry is starting to ascend from basic descriptive analytics towards the area of predictive insights. While predictive analytics is only one of the few paths towards growing the capabilities of analytics, it does represent a massive step forward for many businesses.