Healthcare data executives are upping their investments in big data analytics and artificial intelligence, but many are still struggling to overcome organizational resistance.
Seventy-seven percent of healthcare executives reported that their organizations are accelerating investments in big data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI), citing disruptive forces and industry competitors as major motivators for increased spending, a cross-industry survey from NewVantage Partners revealed. However, nearly 80 percent of data analytics leaders said their organizations still struggle with big data analytics and AI adoption, with 92.5 percent naming cultural and organizational resistance as major barriers.
Author: Jessica Kent
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