Analytics & Research

A new infographic provides a quick overview on the number of health systems in the U.S. AHA has defined two types of health care systems, and both involve an ownership, lease, sponsorship or contract-management relationship with a central organization.
In this conversation, Natalie Correll-Yoder, critical care clinical nurse specialist with NorthBay Health, and Nikki Rasmussen, senior clinical account manager with Spacelabs Healthcare, discuss one such predictive analytics tool, the Rothman Index, and how it made a huge impact for NorthBay Health…
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Health Services Research will accept abstracts through Sept. 12 for a special issue on cross-sector collaboration that aligns health care, public health and social services.
Intermountain Healthcare is using precision genomics to personalize care and treatment for diseases like cancer, determine an individual’s risk for certain genetic conditions and identify how well an individual will respond to specific medications and dosage. The overall goal is to provide a better…
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) launched a national strategy on April 20 to address racial health disparities, starting with maternal health. This multiyear strategy is built on harnessing data analytics to measure and track disparities and taking programs that work for individual…
Even as we continue to address COVD-19 challenges, let’s consider the experiences of the past year, looking for lessons learned and opportunities for the future. Here are four major areas that changed during the pandemic and are likely to keep transforming health care in the year ahead.
AHA's Health Research & Educational Trust has announced that Patrick Romano, M.D., co-editor-in-chief of Health Services Research Journal, will leave his position in June.
More than 230,000 people have enrolled in the All of Us Research Program since it opened last May, 175,000 of whom have completed the core protocol, according to an update on the program published last week in the New England Journal of Medicine.
In this podcast, two Midland Memorial Hospital executives discuss how the system creates value through higher patient experience scores, lower labor costs, less overtime and higher nurse satisfaction scores.