Predictive analytics are the future of healthcare

If you want to discern the future of healthcare, you need to look no further than the past of aviation. That's according to Mohan Giridharadas, an expert in LEAN methodologies. The use of predictive analytics and system-wide collaboration allowed some airports to increase their flight traffic volume 10-fold within just a few years in the 1960s, according to an opinion article he published in MedCityNews. Employing predictive analytics on a large scale should be enough for hospitals to similarly expand their capacity and efficiency in the future. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare

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