As the need for better treatments and demand for improved patient care increases, the ability to sift through the vast sources of data and quickly and intelligently extrapolate actionable trends becomes meaningful. With such needs comes the rise of new technology, including the use of big data.
Big data refers to the large volumes of digital data collected from various sources, be it doctor visits, clinical examination results, etc., It shapes the way we manage, analyze, and leverage data in any industry. So, it is no surprise that one of the most promising areas where it is being applied is the healthcare industry.
Why is big data necessary for healthcare?
Big data in healthcare use specific health data of an individual or a population to identify potential disease cures, epidemic preventions, reduction in medical costs, and more. Read More