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In the latest Healthcare Scene video interview, I talk with Andy Bartley, Senior Solutions Architect in the Health and Life Sciences Group at Intel. Andy and I talk about the benefits of and challenges to using predictive analytics in healthcare.
Andy offers some great insights on the subject, having had a long and varied career in the industry. Before joining Intel, he served in multiple healthcare organizations, including nurse communication and scheduling application startup NurseGrid, primary care practice One Medical Group and medical device manufacturer Stryker.
In my interview, he provides a perspective on what hospitals and health systems should be doing to leverage predictive analytics to improve care and outcomes, even if they don’t have a massive budget. Plus, he talks about predictive analytics that are already happening today.
Here are the list of questions I asked him if you’d like to skip to a specific topic in the video. Otherwise, you can watch the full video interview in the embedded video at the bottom of this post:
- Learn more about Andy Bartley and his work at Intel.
- What are some examples where you see predictive analytics in action in healthcare today?
- What are the benefits to healthcare that are driving decision-making and investment in predictive analytics?
- Do you think we’ll be able to scale down predictive analytics so that even smaller hospitals and health systems are going to be able to do this? How is this going to play out for these organizations?
- What do you see as the biggest barriers to adopting predictive analytics in healthcare?
- What’s the right way to push predictive analytics data down to the point of care?
- What are the practical things that organizations can do to leverage predictive analytics over the next five to ten years?
What are your thoughts on predictive analytics? How is it changing healthcare as we know it? What examples have you seen of effective predictive analytics? We look forward to seeing your thoughts in the comments and on social media.