Turning Data into Action: Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics at HIMSS18

Data and analytics are already revolutionizing healthcare – both by improving the delivery of care and improving the operations of healthcare organizations. The success of next-generation health innovations will be dependent on the ability of organizations to capture large quantities of data, quantify and analyze the results, and use those results to inform decisions that drive value.

Key to this success will lie in how well the health information and technology field is able to leverage one of the hottest expressions of the day: predictive and prescriptive analytics.

Predictive and prescriptive analytics – powerful tools for positively impacting health and healthcare.

Predictive and prescriptive analytics can improve care delivery, patient safety and outcomes; reduce readmissions and improve population health; optimize workflows and contain costs; and much more. However, without the proper infrastructure, staffing and resources in place, any insights gained on what the future will hold (predictive analytics) and how an organization should prepare for it (prescriptive analytics) will be essentially useless. In short, predictive and prescriptive analytics are powerful, and the opportunity they have to positively impact health and healthcare is enormous.

Find answers to your toughest predictive and prescriptive analytics questions.

How can your organization set the stage to be able to harness the power of predictive and prescriptive analytics to effect real, positive change in individual and population health? At HIMSS18, you’ll find education sessions, cutting-edge exhibition solutions, and creative networking opportunities to help you:

  • Examine common obstacles faced in the adoption of analytical tools
  • Evaluate the technological infrastructure needs for implementing advanced analytics
  • Explore the many ways that predictive and prescriptive analytics can impact your organization
  • Discover how to turn data into action

Be visionary at HIMSS18: Where the World Connects for Health.