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When research scientists at Kaiser Permanente began a decade ago to track data on patients from their neonatal intensive care units, they had a rather simple objective: that all the children in their care would come to their annual reunions alive and healthy.

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This is such a welcome news. Predictive analysis and big data informatics at its best. I've always felt healthcare is one arena where developing an intuitive data structure can always help. Not only does it help in data back up, but allows us to retrieve data which follows a pattern like symptoms, onset patterns and vaccination/prevention information for a vulnerable age group like infants. (More here:
Posted by Eamon W | Thursday, August 28 2014 at 1:01PM ET
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