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Compelling Clinical Use Cases Altering Plans on Big Data Analytics

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The hype around the use of Big Data analytics would lead many to believe that we should be able to understand all things about anything, within any business, as deep or as shallow as we want to go. The reality is that most health care organizations are far away from the use of any high-end analytics systems to provide the insights that clinicians, physicians, and administrators should have available to them. 

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Comments (1)
How have you aligned healthcare data in the past, and how will you align it in the future? Healthcare big data, if properly analyzed, will improve the decisions you make for your patients and ensure quality care. To handle the demands of big data, your system must manage bulk-data loads, securely back up data, maintain a disaster-recovery plan, move data from source systems to internal and partner systems, and re-index on a regular basis.

--Ruby Raley, Director, Healthcare Solutions, Axway

Posted by Ruby R | Wednesday, February 27 2013 at 2:24PM ET
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