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The Biggest Healthcare Trends of 2019 and What’s to Come in 2020

In our Healthcare Outlook for 2019 webinar, Stephen Grossbart, PhD, and Bobbi Brown, MBA, shared their predictions for the biggest trends of the year. Which predictions panned out and which didn’t? View this webinar as Stephen takes a look back at 2019 and makes his forecast for 2020.

So, what did happen in 2019? Following the 2018 midterm elections, we predicted a divided Congress would not pass policies to strengthen or weaken the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We were right. Meanwhile, Democratic presidential candidates debated the extent to which they would support Medicare for All. Insurance costs continued to rise, breaking $20,000 annually for families with employer-sponsored coverage, and CMS continued to support payment policies rewarding quality and interoperability as part of their payment policy.

Join Stephen as he looks in the rearview mirror at these important issues and how they impacted the healthcare industry in 2019 and then gazes into the crystal ball to predict the trends that will most impact healthcare in 2020. In this webinar, Stephen discusses the following topics and more:
• The continued focus on price transparency.
• Congress’ efforts to control prescription drug costs.
• Policies that may change the future of ACOs.
• What to expect going into the 2020 election year.

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Benefits of Clinical Informatics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) | Philips Healthcare

Learn how clinical informatics can structure healthcare data across multiple sources and make the invisible visible through medical data visualization. Learn more at http://philips.to/2I7BiZR.

CMIO Vinay Vaidya of Phoenix Childrens’ Hospital discusses the challenges of managing the overabundance of healthcare data and points to the use of healthcare informatics systems to streamline analysis. He further implies that having human and artificial intelligence (AI) working together produces much more powerful medical insights.
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Minds + Machines: A New Era in Healthcare

John Flannery, Sr. Vice President and CEO at GE Healthcare explains how the digital health revolution means a better future for everyone.

GE Healthcare combines digital with industrial, software and hardware, and machines and learning in the GE Health Cloud. GE Health Cloud connects people, data, and machines, and delivers better information, faster, providing enhanced outcomes for patients, and transforming the efficiency of providers around the world.

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Healthcare Analytics Summit 2019 Highlights

See the highlights from the 2019 Healthcare Analytics Summit (HAS) and what attendees had to say about it.

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Healthcare Analytics: Right-Brain Advice in a Left-Brain World

U.S. healthcare is badly missing the soft, human side of healthcare analytics, especially as it impacts clinicians. How do we fix that? This webinar explores those ideas.

You won’t hear Dale talk about SQL, inner joins, outer joins, R, Python, logistic regression, random forest, or convolutional neural networks but instead, in this webinar he talks about the principles and philosophy of analytics.

For the most part, we’ve figured out the technology of analytics. That is all left-brain thinking—analytical, logical and methodical in nature—and it is literally getting easier every day with new data technology. But, in healthcare, we’re missing the right-brain thinking—creative and artistic in nature—that has almost nothing to do with technology but has everything to do with the human side of pursuing “data driven healthcare.”

Right-brain thinking is required for the oddities and shortcomings of healthcare data, and how to manage those shortcomings in the context of delivering data to the humans who we hope will consume it. The right-brain relates to the personality characteristics of the people who are leading your analytics strategy. It relates to the leadership culture of the organization and where that culture resides on a scale of transparency, internally and externally. The right-brain relates to behavioral economics, evolutionary psychology, human decision making theories, and the fundamental factors that motivate or demotivate human behavior. The right-brain relates to concepts like experimental design and PICO—patients, interventions, comparisons, and outcomes—that, if followed, can make your analytics more truthful and believable. It has to do with the way we negotiate and structure performance-based contracts that are loaded with quality metrics that either measure things that can’t be measured accurately or may measure the wrong thing, altogether.

You see, right-brained thinking in this left-brain world of analytics relates to a bunch of things, but mostly it relates to the Golden Rule of Data. Do unto others with data as you would have them do unto you.

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A CIO’s Role in Digital Healthcare Transformation | Philips Healthcare

Meet David Higginson, CIO at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and discover his role in digital healthcare transformation. Learn more at http://philips.to/2Fnu6Hr.

Discover more about the challenges and rewards of healthcare IT and how technology with big data can be used to address and solve problems in the hospital ecosystem. See the benefits of partnering with Philips Healthcare and their specialists for improved patient care.

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AI in Healthcare: Real-World Machine Learning Use Cases

Levi Thatcher, PhD, VP of Data Science at Health Catalyst will share practical AI use cases and distill the lessons into a framework you can use when evaluating AI healthcare projects. Specifically, Levi will answer these questions:

What are great healthcare business cases for AI/ML?
What kind of data do you need?
What tools / talent do you need?
How do you integrate AI/ML into the daily workflow?

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