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Wednesday, July 17, 2013
BREAKFAST BRIEFING: ATTACHING MEANING TO DATA-USING PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS FOR MEASURABLE IMPROVEMENTS IN CARE, EFFICIENCIES AND ACCESS
You can’t improve what you can’t measure, and you can’t measure without data. But you need the right data and a scalable health analytics platform to bring insights to bear for analysts, clinicians and operations managers seeking cost effective ways to improve patient care.
As part of the Healthcare Analytics Symposium on July 17th, IBM invites you to breakfast and an engaging discussion with Centerstone Research Institute’s CEO, Tom Doub to learn how the organization is using predictive analytics to find new ways to increase healthcare value – improving care and reducing costs by moving data-driven insights and techniques into clinics across the country.
Hear how CRI is using predictive analytics to mitigate the risk of regulatory changes to reimbursements, identify gaps in care through transparency in operations, and identify opportunities to increase access to services by squeezing out inefficiencies in the system. Tom will also discuss the latest research project with Indiana University where researchers demonstrated that Artificial Intelligence-informed care delivery outperforms usual care, improving clinical outcomes by 41% while simultaneously reducing costs by 58%.