Accountable HealthCare Drives Big Data and Analytics
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA) brought about new delivery and reimbursement models, such as accountable care organizations (ACOs) and value-based purchasing plans, focused on reimbursing for care coordination, improving quality, and improving patient outcomes.

But these accountable care programs require more accurate, timely and complete data. Findings show, however, that current analytic and data warehouse programs use only 20% of data and are retrospective.

Many ACOs are coming across challenges to big data and analytics, such as data complexity, conflicting IT priorities, and lack of understanding of the power of big data and analytics.

Access this in-depth resource based on research of these challenges. Continue on for insights into the relationship between accountable care initiatives and big data and analytics technology, how to overcome typical challenges, and use cases.

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