We hand-picked the most interesting, useful, credible factoids from 2015 (including the plethora of facts that came out of the 2nd Healthcare Analytics Summit) to create an easy-to-share presentation. The 55 factoids included in this presentation revealed several interesting healthcare trends: Trend #1: Healthcare analytics continue to improve outcomes and save money. For example, OSF’s predictive readmission model reduced its all-cause readmission rate to less than 10%. Trend #2: New technologies are improving patient engagement. For example, 73 percent of health executives surveyed see positive ROI from personalization technologies, and 76 percent of doctors say patient use of wearable health devices improves engagement. Trend #3: Patients and providers agree on data is useful but have security and interoperability concerns. For example, 83 percent of patients don’t trust EHR safety and security, and 83 percent of physicians are frustrated by EHR interoperability. Although a majority of healthcare leaders understand the importance of using analytics to improve outcomes and reduce costs, only 15% of hospitals use predictive analytics. We hope to see analytics use increase in 2016, and we’re excited to see how technology will continue to engage patients and lead to better health outcomes.