The landscape around data in healthcare right now is one of those “glass half-full, glass half-empty” stories. The good news is that there’s more data available than ever before. The bad news? It’s largely still disorganized and unavailable in the ways that patient care organizations and clinicians on the front lines of patient care need it.
The vast majority of healthcare IT leaders agree — data that organizations have and use largely remains inadequately organized for optimal use in creating the clinical and operational transformation in U.S. healthcare.