Big Data is rapidly transforming patient care at Long Island’s North Shore-LIJ Health System, one of the nation’s largest healthcare providers.

“For many years, we’ve created very sophisticated analytical work in what today would be called ‘big data,’” says Jeff Kraut, North Shore’s senior vice president for strategy and business informatics. More recently, though, the health system’s shift from a traditional fee-for-service model to one based on shared risk and pay for performance “has forced us to take another look at how we’re organized for analytics and what we need to do to support value-based medicine,” Kraut explains.

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