MedCity News May 22, 2024
Marissa Plescia

Employers need healthcare data in order to make decisions, but the data isn’t always easy to get, experts said on a panel at MedCity INVEST.

At Delta Air Lines, healthcare data is taken “very seriously,” according to Dr. Henry Ting, senior vice president and chief health and wellness officer of the company.

“Data is the foundation for insights and information about your population, your employees,” Ting said. “If you don’t have data, there is no knowledge management, there is no AI, there is no predictive analytics.”

Ting made these comments during a Tuesday panel discussion at the MedCity News INVEST 2024 Conference held in Chicago. The panel, which was about how employers are embracing value-based care, was sponsored by Quantum...

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