HealthTech September 30, 2022
Lee Pierce

Providers will need better access to data than ever before.

Health systems handle enormous amounts of data daily; by one estimate, about 30 percent of the world’s data volume comes from the healthcare industry, and that’s expected to grow over the next few years.

The future of healthcare is going to require better access to data than it has needed in the past. Data-driven insights and action are needed as patient expectations evolve and reimbursement models shift.

For healthcare organizations to stay agile and meet patient demand, they’ll need modern data platforms to face today’s problems and plan for the future. If an organization doesn’t have a solid modern data platform and the ability to use that data, it’s steering a...

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Topics: Big Data, EMR / EHR, Health IT, Provider, Technology
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