Applying Big Data to Clinical Analytics and Life Science
Big data is making a significant impact in the transformation of the U.S. healthcare and life sciences industries. As an advocate of health data transparency, the Health and Human Services (HHS) Department has been “unlocking data” in an effort to provide clinicians with clinical decision support, empower consumers, and open up new opportunities for researchers and developers. HHS’s Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs and the State Health Information Exchange Cooperative Agreement Program under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act are generating greater amounts of data as more healthcare providers adopt EHRs and healthcare organizations share patient information.
At the recent Intel Innovation Summit’s Care Customization: Applying Big Data to Clinical Analytics and Life Sciences panel, moderated by Ketan Paranjape, director of Healthcare and Life Sciences at Intel, a panel of four leaders shared their challenges and visions of leveraging big data and applying clinical analytics to solve pressing problems in the healthcare and life sciences industries.
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