Leveraging Predictive Analytics to Lower 30-Day Re-admit Rates
Sutter Health is a not-for-profit health system serving more than 100 communities in Northern California. Each year, its 5,000 physicians care for more than 10 million outpatient visits and discharge more than 200,000 in-patients.
As healthcare systems transition from “fee for service” to “fee for value” reimbursement models, there is an increasing focus to drive down 30-day re-admission rates,
Healthcare Week at HIMSS AsiaPac14 was extraordinarily successful! – 1200 people attended from countries around the world, and 80% of attendees were there to evaluate new technologies.
What was clear from listening to the attendees is that data is going to be changing the healthcare landscape in a very dramatic way. Healthcare providers are going to need to be more aware of patients in context,
At Apple’s recent Worldwide Developers’ Conference (WWDC), Craig Federighi, SVP of Software Engineering, Apple, explained the driver for Apple Health and Healthkit as the need for greater interoperability between systems. He said, “Up to now, the information gathered by those (health) applications lives in silos … You can’t get a single, comprehensive picture of your health situation.”
Craig, we couldn’t agree more!
Sure, the continuing development of wearable devices promises a future in which all of us will have a better understanding and ultimately greater ownership of our health.
At MuleSoft, we’re fortunate to have the opportunity to work on one of the most meaningful challenges in integration: interoperability across healthcare IT systems. Whether it’s ensuring that doctors have the information they need to make an accurate diagnosis or verifying a patient’s prescription so that they have access to medication, integration is core to a functioning health care system (indeed integration is often the root cause when there are problems,
In our upcoming MuleSoft webinar, “‘The Health Cloud’: Are we there yet?”, we’ll be talking all about healthcare and the cloud. There has been quite a bit of talk about a “Health Cloud” which promises to extend the point of care, improve patient outcomes, enable closer clinical collaboration and lower costs, but have healthcare organizations really embraced the cloud? Or is this another case of media hype?
As I’ve talked about in a previous webinar, Welcome to the API Economy, the adoption of APIs is driving immense change in how organizations connect with their customers, suppliers and partners. Nowhere is this change more marked than in healthcare, where healthcare payers and providers are using technology to reinvent how they deliver healthcare services and how they engage with patients.
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