“Big data techniques offer a way to analyze data pooled across many patients: their specific disease mutations, biological markers, the treatments, and outcomes — in order to identify unexpected ways that existing therapies can be applied and combined to create personalized treatments that dramatically improve the chances of survival.”
The healthcare industry is renowned for its tardiness in entering the big data realm. Invested in archaic IT technology and maintaining a mindset that technological change must progress at a snail’s pace, means that healthcare may be one of the last industries to benefit from what big data can deliver even though it is possibly […]
At the recent SAS Analytics 2013 conference in Orlando, FL the subject of healthcare was prominent. One of the session presenters, Bob Gladden of CareSource made the assertion that big data analytics is no longer optional in the healthcare industry. Listen in below to a short interview containing some interesting insights.
The health care industry is notorious for lagging behind other prominent industries in the adoption of big data technology. At the same time, few other industries could benefit as much from data science and machine learning as health care. The U.S. ranks 37th out of developed economies in life expectancy and other measures of health, […]
Big data is vital to the transformation of healthcare, but this industry is notorious for lagging behind with technology. Insurance Quotes has created a useful infographic that visually captures the growing role that big data will have in transforming the delivery of healthcare. Key highlights include: Big data could generate thousands of data points about […]