Data and documentation in healthcare have become increasingly more complex. The healthcare industry’s push toward greater value means healthcare organizations must have systems in place to support high-level data governance and information sharing. Simply put, there is a lot riding on a healthcare organization’s ability to engage in business intelligence, analytics, quality measurement, population health, […]
Wolters Kluwer Health announced today that it has expanded its Reference Data Management (RDM) solution by launching a professional services offering to help providers and payers reduce costs, improve data accuracy and establish a foundation for reliable analytics. The Health Language launch of its Reference Data Management service will help healthcare organizations implement sound data governance strategies and […]View Press Release
Clinical documentation drives revenue in the new world of fee-for-value care delivery. Fully extracting “value” for the bottom line requires that healthcare organizations have systems in place to ensure all appropriate clinical data is captured and used for analytics and quality metrics reporting. Yet, the reality is that many organizations are simply leaving money on […]
October 14-16, 2018
Vancouver, British Columbia
March 5-9, 2018
Las Vegas, NV
Brian Levy, MD, vice president of global clinical operations and product management for Wolters Kluwer Health, discusses reference data and the challenges healthcare systems face in handling them.
There is a lot of industry discussion underway about the promise of natural language processing (NLP). Increasingly recognized as a powerful tool for unlocking vital clinical data, NLP turns unstructured documentation into shareable data that can be analyzed and acted upon.