Importance of big data healthcare
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- 1. Importance of Big Data Healthcare Predictive Solution for Providers and Patients www.jvion.com
- 2. Big Data Analytics in Healthcare Big data in healthcare refers to electronic health data sets so large and complex that they are difficult to manage with traditional software or hardware nor they can easily be managed with traditional tools or common data management tools and methods. It refers to our ability to collect and analyze the vast amounts of data we are now generating in the world and transforming our ability to understand the world and everything within it. The advances in analyzing big data allow us to, for example, decode human DNA in minutes, find cures for cancer, accurately predict human behavior, pinpoint marketing efforts and prevent diseases and improve the patient health outcomes
- 3. Big Data Healthcare to improve care and Outcomes In order for healthcare organizations and providers to transition from reactive to proactive care, they will need to rely on new and emerging health IT tools that allow them to predict patient outcomes and provide intervention where necessary. Understanding the patient in the context of who they are as individuals is essential in creating effective programs that drive change. This can be achieved with clinical and advanced analytics enhanced with big data. Understanding the patient in the context of who they are as individuals is essential in creating effective programs that drive change. This can be achieved with clinical and advanced analytics enhanced with big data.
- 4. Advantage Of Big Data Healthcare By digitizing, combining and effectively using big data healthcare organizations ranging from single-physician offices and multi-provider groups to large hospital networks and accountable care organizations stand to works and accountable care organizations stand to Potential benefits include detecting diseases at earlier stages when they can be detecting diseases at earlier stages when they can be treated more easily and effectively by managing specific individual and population health and detecting health care fraud more quickly and efficiently.
- 5. Big data could help reduce waste and inefficiency in the following three areas: Clinical operations: Comparative effectiveness research to determine more clinically relevant and cost-effective ways to diagnose and treat patients. Research & development : predictive modeling to lower attrition and produce a leaner, faster. statistical tools and algorithms to improve clinical trial design and patient recruitment to better match treatments to individual patients, thus reducing trial failures and speeding new treatments to market
- 6. Evidence-based medicine: Combine and analyze a variety of structured and unstructured data-EMRs, financial and operational data, clinical data, and genomic data to match treatments with outcomes, predict patients at risk for disease or readmission and provide more efficient care
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