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Data Mining in Healthcare

Data mining is another buzzword in the modern business world. The terms meaning can be different for different people in different industries.

Aug 15
Big Data in Healthcare – Use Cases

The US spends a lot of money on its healthcare system. According to McKinsey, health care expenses have been consistently growing for 20 years, and now they represent 17.6 percent of GDP. McKinsey’s estimates also show that based on the spending to wealth ratio, US health care expenses are nearly $600 billion more than expected.

 

Aug 09
Electronic Data Interchange In Healthcare

The healthcare industry is forced to deal with enormous amounts of data. This data includes patient medical records, medication data, emergency services records and insurance claims. Data processing has always been a monumental challenge for healthcare systems, since the data is sourced from multiple sources and in different formats.

Jul 31
Unstructured Data Healthcare

The electronic future of healthcare records is inevitable. The amount of data processed in the healthcare industry is expanding rapidly as the data arrays are growing at an exponential rate, boosted by technology developments.

Jul 28
How we can help to make your software HIPAA compliant?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act was signed into legislation in 1996. These regulations were enacted as a multi-tiered approach that set out to improve the health insurance system.

Jul 25
The Importance of Healthcare Data Security

You’ve heard a lot about the digital revolution and the significant changes in data accessing and processing it has triggered. But, how does the digital revolution influence the healthcare domain?

 

Jul 20
Healthcare Data Integration: How to Combine Data from Multiple Sources

Have you ever tried to imagine how much data there is in the healthcare domain? We mean the data of all kinds – clinical, patient, financial, claim, R&D, pharmacy and cutting edge technologies which are being quickly adopted, such as data from wearable devices.

Jul 10
Data Standardization in Healthcare: How to Adopt Data

The existence of various technologies and tools for data processing and storage helps healthcare providers simplify the methods of how they deal with information. Technological progress, however, can also be a negative factor, in this case: causing difficulties in sharing data among organizations that use different processing and storage methods. So, how do we bring healthcare data into one common format across the board?

 

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