How Big Data Is Transforming The Healthcare Sector

by Larry Emmott on July 28, 2016

in Diagnostics,Future Tech

For years, the basis of most medical research and discovery has been the collection and analysis of data: who gets sick, how they get sick and why. But now, with sensors in every smartphone and doctors able to share information across disciplines, the quantity and quality of the data available is greater than ever before, which means that the potential for breakthroughs and change is growing just as exponentially.

Source: How Big Data Is Transforming The Healthcare Sector | Bernard Marr | Pulse | LinkedIn

This gives a nice overview of the situation and the potential role of Big Data. Another reason digital records are better than paper is that they create data by default which can be used to improve diagnosis and treatment in order to improve the human condition.

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