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Clinical Data Integration: IT Readiness Assessment and RFP Questions for U.S. Healthcare Payer CIOs

Summary

U.S. healthcare payer CIOs want to deliver quick wins for business leaders with actionable insights from unstructured and nonstandard clinical data. This research is a guide to clinical data challenges and sourcing decisions for clinical data integration capabilities.

Published: 06 April 2021

ID: G00743292

Analyst(s): Mandi Bishop Rohan Sinha

Table Of Contents

Overview

Strategic Planning Assumption

Introduction

Analysis

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