According to a new issue brief, by HIMSS Analytics, the adoption of clinical analytics and business intelligence (C&BI) infrastructure is on the rise. An additional six percent of provider organizations have implemented some form of advanced clinical or financial decision-making technology. They harness large, varied sources of data since 2013, tipping more than half the industry into reliance on these important tools.
The HIMSS Analytics brief pronounces that providers have shifted their focus from value-based reimbursement and accountable care to population health management. They are taking this change as the core competency and most likely to benefit from focused infrastructure investment. More than half of registered hospitals in the U.S are using some population health management tool to scale risk, aid chronic disease care, and improve coordination across the care continuum.
The predicted compound annual growth rates of up to 44% for clinical analytics technologies that is driving billions of dollars in sales as healthcare organizations modernize their aging legacy systems and implement new functionalities.
These technologies already have a measurable result in patient care. The deployment of improved analytics infrastructure is likely to maintain its upward trajectory in near future.
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