Despite significant advancements made in healthcare IT over the past decade, hospitals and health systems continue to struggle with the collection, normalization, analysis, and application of data. This impairs their ability to provide reliable analytics, and make informed, timely clinical and business decisions. Sage Growth Partners (SGP) recently surveyed 100 healthcare executives and the results reveal the scope and impact of these issues across their organizations.
“These HCO’s see their analytics strategy as fundamental to achieving broader strategic objectives but say data integration and interoperability is a significant barrier, and only 20% of those surveyed fully trust the data they rely on to make decisions” says Stephanie Kovalick, Chief Strategy Officer at Sage Growth Partners (SGP).
Please join us to hear SGP’s Stephanie Kovalick review the survey findings in detail, and learn what these top HCO executives said about these topics, and more:
- Data management capabilities that are key to HCO success
- Impact of poor data assets on the HCO and healthcare delivery
- Barriers to meeting top analytics strategy initiatives
Stephanie Kovalick, Chief Strategy Officer, Sage Growth Partners
Fred S. Azar, PhD, Analytics Executive, InterSystems Corporation