The U.S. health care industry is increasingly turning to big data to improve outcomes, reduce costs and better allocate resources, despite obstacles.

These were among the chief findings of a survey conducted this spring by the eHealth Initiative and the College of Health Information Management Executives. The survey of CIOs and other C-level health care executives at 102 provider groups, hospitals, health systems and health information exchange organizations examined trends in data use and associated challenges and barriers.

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