Health Services

Data-Raid: Butler Health System Raises the Bar on Healthcare

Dr. A. Thomas McGill May 26, 2016

Butler Memorial Hospital, the centerpiece of the Butler Health System (BHS) in Western Pennsylvania, is comprised of 294 beds, 2,200 employees, 25 outpatient sites and sees $217 million in annual... view



The Surest Way to Tank Any Accountable Care Program

Alan Eisman May 13, 2016

There’s no surer way to tank any accountable care initiative than to evaluate performance or drive treatment plans based on inaccurate, untimely and incomplete data.

view

Going Beyond EMRs to Create the “Golden Record”

Jake Freivald March 01, 2016
The Information Builders team is in Las Vegas this week for the HIMSS16 Conference and Expo. The... view

Put Data to Work With Better Data & Better Analytics at HIMSS16

Kevin Mergruen February 25, 2016
Information Builders is looking forward to heading out to Las Vegas next week for the HIMSS16... view

Spotlight on Information Builders’ Customers Using #dataforgood

Kathleen Moran December 14, 2015
If you’re a Twitter user, you may have noticed a new hashtag popping up in your feed recently. #dataforgood, used to denote when data and analytics are used to benefit a broader community, is... view

Healthcare Analytics Symposium Rocks Ontario

Kevin Mergruen December 09, 2015

Information Builders Canada held its second annual Healthcare Analytics Symposium at the Hockley Valley Resort in Mono, Ontario from November 30th to December 1st. This... view



Information Builders is All About Healthcare at HIMSS 2015

Kathleen Moran April 13, 2015

The annual HIMSS Conference and Expo is taking place in Chicago this week. More than 38,000 healthcare IT professionals, clinicians, executives and... view



Butler Health Systems Wins Gold eHealthcare Leadership Award

Kathleen Moran November 18, 2014

We’re pleased to announce that Information Builders’ customer Butler Health Systems, has received a gold eHealthcare Leadership... view



Electronic Health Record (EHR) Issues To Blame for Miscommunication in Dallas Ebola Case

John Backhouse October 29, 2014

Patient data resides in many systems, in multiple locations, which requires adept coordination and collaboration to deliver quality healthcare. However, sometimes pertinent data slips through the... view