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Data Collaborative Taps Predictive Analytics to Coordinate Care
Health Leaders Media

Name the technology, and unless it’s a da Vinci robot or some other clinical whiz-bang item, hospitals and health systems are constantly criticized for being behind the curve. That’s partially because it’s been true. Hospitals and health systems have historically resisted investment in technology that would help make coordinate care better.

They’ve never had to, because their reimbursement didn’t depend on it. But that’s changing. Rapidly.