Inspiring stories in healthcare?
I was fascinated to see that a report from Ernst & Young this week has concluded that data held by the NHS (the UK’s health system) could be worth nearly £10bn a year through operational savings, improved patient outcomes and benefits to the wider economy. https://www.digitalhealth.net/2019/07/nhs-data-worth-9-6bn-per-year-says-ernst-young/
Absolutely exposes the massive opportunity for data literacy in hospitals.
There’s a great story from Nemours Children’s Health System on the Data Literacy Project website, but does anyone know of any other great examples of where hospitals have been able to use their data to improve their patient service and operations?