Little did we know on March 10th when we filmed this great discussion about healthy data in healthcare hosted by Intersystems what we were in store for with COVID-19. Although, as COVID-19 has progressed we’ve learned even more how important healthy, quality, trusted data is to healthcare. Learn more about healthy data in the discussion below or skip to specific areas of discussion using the meetup notes at the bottom.
A massive thank you to each of the panelists who joined us for this discussion and to Intersystems for hosting:
- Lygeia Ricciardi (@Lygeia), Chief Transformation Officer at Carium
- Stacy Hurt, MHA, MBA (@stacy_hurt), Patient Experience Consultant
- Alex MacLeod (@InterSystems), Manager, HealthShare Commercial Initiatives at Intersystems
- Eric Widen (@HBI_Solutions), CEO and Co-Founder at HBI Solutions
- John Lynn (@techguy), Founder and Chief Editor at Healthcare IT Today
Below you’ll find the list of questions we discussed in the healthy data meetup. If you click on the question it will take you directly to the response to that question.
- What’s the value of healthy data and how do you define it?
- What’s the impact of healthy and unhealthy data?
- What’s the value of data and can we do to ensure that patient data is healthy?
- When patients aren’t engaged in their data, what other techniques can you use with patients that aren’t engaged?
- Are more sources better for creating healthier data or do more sources just add more complexity and noise?
- What’s been your experience as a patient trying to aggregate your health data?
- How do you push all of the data to the patient and the provider in the moment? How do you ensure data across a population is healthy for population health efforts?
- Are providers and patients ambivalent to data?
- How do you balance health data sharing and privacy/security?
- Is there such a thing as too much data?
- What are you doing to help patients and organizations make sense of all this data?
- If you could change anything in healthcare data, what would you want?
- Wrapup Summary
A big thank you to Intersystems for hosting this important discussion on healthy data in healthcare. It was great to hear the multiple perspectives on the importance of clean, accurate data.