For U.S. healthcare leaders, trusted data is more important than ever, as their organizations migrate from the fee-for-service model to value-based care. During this transition, healthcare organizations must weigh investments, risks, and trade-offs objectively with quantitative, trustworthy data.
This kind of data driven decision-making will be critical in shaping the initiatives and high-stakes choices required by value-based care.
But what is the current state of data trust and access? How much trust do CIOs and stakeholders have in their clinical, financial, and operational data these days? How many have direct, self-service access to the information they need to make data-driven decisions? Are healthcare organizations ready to invest funds to improve trust in data and self-service capabilities?