How Atrium Health Augments Utilization Review with Artificial Intelligence

Tonya Harrison, Director of Clinical Care Management at Atrium Health (formerly Carolinas HealthCare System), discusses how Atrium Health is using artificial intelligence technology and predictive analytics to help review cases, resulting in significant time savings and increased compliance.
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Why BI Programs Fail to Scale: The Data Decision Gap

The global investment in digital transformation estimated to exceed $10 trillion over the next five years. Despite the tremendous resources going towards this cause, studies show that up to 70% of these initiatives will not achieve their stated goal. What does it take to win?
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Building a Modern Operational Data Warehouse

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With data coming from so many different sources nowadays (both old and new, both internal and external), it is inevitable that data will arrive in many different structures, schema, and formats, with other variables for latency, concurrency, and requirements for storage and processing. When data types are extremely diverse and combined, we now call it “hybrid data.” This usually drives users to deploy many types of databases and different platforms to capture, store, process, and analyze the data, which in turn results in hybrid data management architectures.
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Gain Context, Insight and Value from Big Content

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The Internet of Things, social media and enterprise content all have one thing in common: they generate vast quantities of data — ever-faster. So much so that picking out relevant information and assembling it into meaningful patterns is a tall order. These new data sources also present another challenge. They generate unstructured data - such as text and emojis - that don’t fit neatly into traditional database structures. This data can however hold valuable insights on important and hard-to-quantify concepts such as social sentiment.
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'The Data Protection Challenges of Hybrid Working'

According to the Office for National Statistics, in April 2020, the number of remote workers increased to 46% of the population. Now with the easing of lockdown measures, many businesses are considering or are already implementing what the Financial Times calls a "split model' a.k.a "hybrid working" that divides the time between the home and the office. If home-office working is to become the norm, then organisations need to consider the data protection challenges they will be faced with.
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