Posted by Chana R Schoenberger on March 14, 2016
Hospital patient records are being digitized, and financial, clinical, and outcomes data are piling up. Medical devices attached to patients generate real-time information, as do health apps on patients’ own mobile phones and wearable devices such as Fitbits and Apple Watches. All these data are enabling researchers to find and address inefficiencies in hospitals.
New research from Chicago Booth and other institutions aims to help hospitals care for the sick while also being operationally and fiscally efficient.
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