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News, trends, and resources for better data in health care
HCOs must use advanced analytics if they expect to stay competitive and survive the financial pressures of a changing market.
A hybrid approach, human and machine learning, can augment decision-making to help guide diagnostics and treatment, and improve clinical operations.
Learn more about the latest research for ED patient restraint processes, and how our performance analytic application can help reduce the risk of liability.
Purpose-built analytics allows HCOs to pursue dynamic, productive, and high-impact performance improvement conversations that drive action and create value.
Learn how d2i can give you all the information you need to manage and improve the financial performance of your health care organization.
How can rural hospitals employ better data analytics to keep their doors open and their operations efficient?
Peer comparison is effective in reducing unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions. d2i can help start important conversations with your HCO team.
Standardizing best practices and ensuring compliance to treatment and prevention protocols can help minimize risk of maternal injury and death in the U.S.
EHRs are transactional databases and while the data in these databases is gold, EHRs are not analytics solutions. HCOs need analytics tools that can integrate, curate, and homogenize data from multiple sources to support specific areas of performance optimization.
In health care, the most impactful analysis sometimes comes from applications that use “small data” rather than big data.