5 ways health systems are utilizing data to improve patient care

Hospitals are using data analytics to improve health outcomes, produce predictive clinical insights and improve patient care. Here are five data analytics projects health systems have recently created and deployed as reported by Becker's Hospital Review:

  1. Los Angeles-based UCLA Health is going big on big data and is using it to streamline operations, gauge the patient experience and  predict disease progression and identify the rarest of conditions.

  2. Cleveland Clinic has signed a 10-year agreement with Palantir to analyze scheduling data to predict patient admissions and discharges and monitoring demand, staffing and capacity.

  3. As part of its ongoing collaboration with Google Cloud, Pittsburgh-based Highmark Health is aiming to create a "data-driven care plan for every member."

  4. St. Louis-based Ascension has partnered with experience management company Qualtrics to use its tools to help transform how it gathers patient feedback. The aim is to use patient feedback data to improve patient loyalty andsystem design, and to provide care to more patients.

  5. Jefferson Health and Thomas Jefferson University partnered with data analytics and synthetic data company MDClone to use its data platform to speed up academic research. The MDClone ADAMS Platform will help the Philadelphia-based health system deliver streamlined workflows that will allow researchers to easily access and analyze data from EHRs.

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