Traditional Predictive Analytics VS. Closed Loop Analytics

Many health system and hospital leaders driven by trends such as value based incentives, frontline burnout, and focus on patient experience have realized the need to shift from a reactive to a more proactive environment where teams can get ahead of key bottlenecks in day-to-day operations. One of the ways leaders have tried to achieve … More Traditional Predictive Analytics VS. Closed Loop Analytics

To achieve great healthcare outcomes using data, culture is more important than technology

As a Silicon Valley-based company that builds software to simplify the lives of those who provide our healthcare, we are always interested in learning how we can use the latest and greatest in technology to enhance healthcare delivery. From machine learning to artificial intelligence to real time prescriptive analytics, our hope is to attract the … More To achieve great healthcare outcomes using data, culture is more important than technology

Moving Beyond Measurement In Healthcare

By Mudit Garg I recently got the opportunity to join a distinguished panel of experts at the 2016 State of Reform Northern California Policy Conference alongside Brian Conner from Moss Adams and Liz Helms from California Chronic Care Coalition. The topic was centered on measuring value in healthcare and it was a lively discussion where … More Moving Beyond Measurement In Healthcare

Looking Ahead in 2016: Predicting the Future of Healthcare Delivery

For all the pessimists who believe that this is yet another highly regulated industry with no change – 2016 is poised to be another remarkably dynamic year in the healthcare / healthcare IT worlds.  A powerful way to reflect on the incredible start to 2016 was to look at the now almost iconic statement made … More Looking Ahead in 2016: Predicting the Future of Healthcare Delivery

Healthcare Meet Tech, Tech Meet Healthcare

Recently, we had the honor of attending U.S. News conference on the “Hospital of Tomorrow” focused on understanding the future of healthcare delivery in the United States. From an inspiring keynote by Dr. John Noseworthy (CEO of Mayo Clinic) to a viewpoint on the disruptive future of healthcare by Jonathan Bush, there were many progressive leaders … More Healthcare Meet Tech, Tech Meet Healthcare

Introducing An Air Traffic Control for Hospitals

Our mission at analyticsMD has been simple: improve healthcare through the power of data. What started as a journey to empower frontline healthcare workers with easier access to data has evolved to an AI delivering decisions in real time. Providers in the United States are under tremendous pressure to deliver higher outcomes and a better … More Introducing An Air Traffic Control for Hospitals

Key To Successful “Big Data” Solutions in Healthcare: Begin With The End In Mind

We spend close to $3 Trillion in the United States annually on healthcare (18%+ of our GDP) with ~$750 Billion in annual waste. As you can probably imagine, a big focus in U.S. healthcare today is understanding how to do more with less. In this journey to become more efficient, an increasing number of providers are … More Key To Successful “Big Data” Solutions in Healthcare: Begin With The End In Mind

Transforming Traditional Models of Fall Prevention Through The Power of Prescriptive Analytics

August 31, 2015 – El Camino Hospital embarked on a mission last December to reach the ultimate goal of patient safety: zero falls. By utilizing insights from analyticsMD, a leading prescriptive analytics firm, a multi-disciplinary care team complemented the prescriptive analytics platform with multi-modal changes in communication and education, reducing patient falls by 39% in just … More Transforming Traditional Models of Fall Prevention Through The Power of Prescriptive Analytics

Patient Experience – 3 Key Lessons From Being Admitted To The Hospital

I have thought about patient experience throughout my career, first as an employee of a large healthcare provider, then at a healthcare research & consulting firm and now at analyticsMD. I thought I had a good perspective of what patients go through and where our system falls short. That changed last month when I got … More Patient Experience – 3 Key Lessons From Being Admitted To The Hospital

Moving From Physical Maps to Waze in Healthcare

It’s sometimes hard to believe that it was only 8 years ago that Steve Jobs presented the first iPhone to the world. Clearly the world has changed – we have added roughly 120 million times the computing power of the original Apollo 11 computer in our pockets! Unlike other sectors, which have focused on moving away … More Moving From Physical Maps to Waze in Healthcare