ARTICLE: When Smart People Won’t Use Smart Technologies: Avoiding Resistance and Ensuring Success

April 17, 2015
Big-data predictive analytics offer the promise of better outcomes and lower costs for healthcare organizations. However, effective presentations of how leveraging new technology will improve outcomes are crucial to appealing to healthcare stakeholders and management when investing in enterprise wide hardware and software. Read this article to learn how future healthcare leaders will inevitably make the switch and utilize advanced predictive and automated analytics to offer the most reliable and effective care to produce the best patient outcomes.

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