For years, healthcare has been one of the most expensive industries in the United States. Experts are continuously searching cost-saving solutions, often involving technological integration. From cloud migrations to wearables – even Artificial Intelligence (AI), to lower costs today, organizations should start smaller and work their way up to such technology like AI. Employing technologies like data analytics that can quickly detect problem areas, create efficiencies, and save big. Healthcare organizations need analytics to help lower costs, optimize treatment plans, enhance service delivery, advance performance indicators, and streamline operational processes by providing real-time insights. A new generation of decision support tools, and working with clinical and operational systems, is required to provide point of decision insights to deliver cost-effective care paths.