Posts in Category: analytics

Meeting the Triple Aim by switching from femoral to radial access  

Although 90-95 percent of cardiac catheterizations in the U.S. are performed through the femoral artery, radial access has been found to be a safer, faster, more comfortable, and more cost-efficient approach.

Here are some of the reasons why providers should consider switching to radial access in their quest for the Triple Aim—better patient satisfaction, improved care and lower costs.

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Finances top hospital execs list of concerns 

That the financial challenge of running a hospital ranked as the top concern in an annual study by the American College of Healthcare Executives should come as little surprise to anyone in the industry. Overwhelmed by the fact that revenues are growing at a considerably slower pace than ever before, providers are left scrambling for ways to bring down expenses without sacrificing quality.

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Posted by Jana Ballinger 03/04/2019 Categories: ACC American College of Cardiology analytics healthcare analytics performance

Health IT spending study identifies value-based care, analytics as top priorities 

Healthcare providers are prioritizing value-based payment models in 2018 IT budgets and data analytics is the category most likely to see an increase in spending, according to a survey from healthcare advisory firm Damo Consulting.

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