This Hype Cycle provides critical input for strategic planning by tracking the maturity levels and adoption rates of emerging payer technologies and approaches. U.S. healthcare payer CIOs should use this research to plan their investments to optimize and transform.Read More
This Hype Cycle provides critical input for strategic planning. It helps CIOs communicate with a range of stakeholders on future directions for health IT, analytics and medical innovation. It also supports CIOs’ informed decision making to identify, understand and prioritize significant investments.Read More
Life science organizations’ commercial model is under attack. Accelerating medical innovation, emboldened payers, frustrated patients and digital disruptors are forcing CEOs to deliver transformation. CIOs should use this research to assess and implement emerging technologies for success.Read More
U.S. healthcare payers’ fragmented provider network management systems reflect the dated demands of siloed business stakeholders. To improve provider relations, CIOs must catalyze business process rationalization and rearchitect IT systems around engagement hubs.Read More
Healthcare payer and provider organizations are launching initiatives to identify unmet needs that significantly contribute to health outcomes and medical expense. CIOs must develop an approach to source and harness SDOH insights for care delivery and population health management innovation.Read More
Optimizing healthcare value delivery is a global imperative to improve patient outcomes and cut costs. Product managers must effectively position value delivery solutions to resonate with key healthcare provider leadership roles in support of their strategic objectives.Read More
Value-based care will be 70% of healthcare payments by 2021. Product managers selling VBC solutions must evolve their solutions now to support patient-centric outcomes and bake-in confidentiality along the patient journey.Read More
U.S. healthcare payer CIOs face increasing market and regulatory pressures to implement clinical data integration as a critical capability — yet ROI remains elusive. To deliver business value at scale, CIOs must accelerate plans to adopt a comprehensive enterprise-wide solution.Read More
Helping consumers navigate follow-up care is essential under value-based models, but disjointed payer and provider referral processes are inefficient and frustrating. U.S. healthcare payer and provider CIOs must collaborate to improve their collective referral management workflows and IT systems.Read More
Profitability in government health programs depends on complete and accurate coding of members’ health status. U.S. healthcare payer CIOs must prioritize analytics and verify AI capabilities when seeking new or replacing risk adjustment optimization vendors.Read More
Healthcare provider CIOs need to balance introducing cutting-edge artificial intelligence innovation with solutions that are trustworthy, safe and transparent. Adoption of AI governance best practices will help to mitigate the friction and move AI from inert to game-changing.Read More
Healthcare CIOs who do not deliver expert data capabilities will imperil their organizations’ digital transformation. CIOs should use this research to get informed about critical new competencies for data curation, management and enrichment.Read More
This Hype Cycle provides critical input for strategic planning by tracking the maturity and adoption rates of technology developments. CIOs should use this research to understand technology change and prioritize investments — aiding organization- wide and, in fact, industry-wide transformation.Read More
This Hype Cycle provides critical input for strategic planning. It helps CIOs to communicate with boards, executives and stakeholders about the future directions of health IT, and to identify, understand and prioritize significant investments in applications, analytics and "medical IT" advances.Read More
Transitioning to value-based care and building population health management capabilities remains a top priority for most healthcare delivery organizations. CIOs can use this research to understand the market for essential enabling technologies.Read More
Crafting the analytics architecture for the healthcare delivery organization requires ecosystem thinking. CIOs can use this research to create an analytics architecture that supports the evolution of theRead More
Claims denials, rework and lagging payments sap efficiency from the U.S. healthcare system — draining profits from payers and providers alike. CIOs must use this model to guide development ofRead More
Healthcare payer IT teams typically lack the specific expertise needed to execute complete clinical data integration initiatives, leading to suboptimal business outcomes. CIOs must assess vendors against the entire CDI value chain to pick partners and improve delivery.Read More
Population health management is the worldwide organizing principle for healthcare delivery in the 21st century. Recent election results and political change may disrupt realization, but won't alter this path. In uncertain times, this is one certainty on which healthcare provider CIOs must deliver.Read More
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