Welcome to the latest #DataRX Report, a weekly digest of interesting news and trending topics in the healthcare industry. Every Friday we're pulling together the best articles and insights to keep payors and providers informed, engaged and up to date on the headlines that are impacting the industry.
Price Transparency Crucial to Healthcare Consumerism Success
If it seems like everyone is suddenly talking about price transparency in healthcare, it’s not in your head. Here’s why it’s making headlines.If it seems like everyone is suddenly talking about price transparency in healthcare, it’s not in your head. Here’s why it’s making headlines.
Prescription for Payors
The U.S healthcare system is tied up in costly red tape
The United States has to find a way to trim administrative costs in healthcare. One possible way to do so would be for providers and payors to standardize billing practices. Here’s a few more places with room for improvement.
Garbage In, Garbage Out
Find out how creating awareness around this cognitive bias can help revamp your data governance capabilities.
Understanding the Basics of Bundled Payments in Healthcare
Jacqueline Belliveau, from RevCycle Intelligence explains what bundled payments in healthcare are and the challenges associated with it.
Prescription for Providers
Missouri collaboration gathers ZIP code-level data for population health efforts
Research has shown that where you live is a factor in your overall health. Here’s how Missouri is making practical use of location-based data to help providers identify population health factors and work toward better outcomes.
The 7 Step Plan to Success with Big Data Analytics in Healthcare
Soyal Momin, Vice President of Data and Analytics at Presbyterian Healthcare Services, breaks down the seven step plan to being successful with big data analytics in healthcare and how they can help each and every healthcare organization.
How Mercy Hospital Network saved $4.3 million with nursing analytics dashboard
Mercy Hospital wanted to find a way to cut costs without affecting the quality of care, find out what they did and how they saved millions.