Analytics puts power in the hands of patients, payers, physicians

Optimal use of data is still a ways off, but analysts are hopeful that innovations over the next several years could lead to improved outcomes, more effective population-based healthcare, improved operations, and lower healthcare costs.

Increasing the use of data analytics is a top priority among most healthcare organizations, even though a KPMG survey last year of more than 270 healthcare professionals found that only 10% were using analytics with predictive capabilities. But, a 2015 CDW survey of 150 healthcare executives, found that 65% said their healthcare organizations planned to increase spending on developing better analytics, with an average expected expenditure of $1.9 million for each organization.

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