During a recent webinar, data analytics leaders talked about the leaps and bounds data analytics has taken, and how their organizations look to push it even further and “use it in ways we wouldn’t have foreseen 12 years ago.”
Although there are some notable obstacles, researchers believe a “comprehensive approach” that combines digital tools with genomic sequencing can potentially reinvent the way medicine is practiced, according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform.
For clinical and IT leaders, the most important goal is to “act as a strategic partner” when approached with an opportunity, and identify the right technology that can be a force multiplier, said David Kaelber, MD, CMIO at MetroHealth.
Predicting cardiovascular disease and death is – and will always be – an imperfect science. The right AI algorithms, however, can make these estimates more accurate, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform.
Discovering evidence within the data doesn’t have much of an impact unless it can influence decision-making at the point of care, said Mark Hulse. In this podcast, he talks about how City of Hope is leveraging information to provide real-time guidance.