December 19, 2016Don’t Leave Digital Engagement Dollars on the TableGiven the wide adoption of technology, how are healthcare organizations using digital strategies to engage with consumers? August 1, 2016Using Python for Data SciencePython is a general purpose programming language which emphasizes code readability and programmer productivity, and is at the heart of NextHealth Technologies’ analytics engine. July 2, 2016The Power of Maps in HealthcareLondon, in the mid 1850’s, was a bustling city of about 2.5 million people living in close proximity to one another with basically no sewage infrastructure or waste management system. May 27, 2016Are You Being Nudged?You may be surprised to learn that for nearly three decades, social scientists have been quietly engineering ways to help us live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. April 18, 2016Integrate “Who, What, and How Well” for Consumer Behavior ChangeIt’s hard to read about healthcare today without bumping into a product, service or initiative that is trying to drive consumer or patient behavior change. March 16, 2016How to Find the Signal in the NoiseChanging consumer behavior is complicated. Many different factors can impact human health-related behavior. February 16, 2016The 3 Most Important Database Principles Driving Big Data ROILast month, Eric Grossman, the CEO of NextHealth Technologies (“NHT”), discussed the 4 requirements of a “No Regret Investment” in analytics. February 9, 2016Way to go, Broncos!The office had quite the amazing view from the NextHealth Technologies offices as the proud Denver Broncos came marching up 17th Street. December 9, 2015Are Predictive Analytics a Waste of Money?Predictive analytics are a capital “B” or a billion-dollar annual investment in health care today with many C-suite executives writing blank checks and still waiting on return on investment or improvement in health outcomes. November 13, 2015Cloud-First Strategy for Business Agility?The measure of building an enduring competitive advantage by delivering products and/or services more quickly, less expensively and with better quality September 15, 2015Causality – How Important Is It In Healthcare?Health care payers (insurers) and providers are seeking innovations that demonstrably improve health and lower the medical costs of the populations they serve by impacting positive behavioral changes.