One of the key trends in the health care industry in 2014 will be the use of big data to drive quality patient care and outcomes, according to GHX, a provider of an electronic trading exchange and technologies for health care.

The company predicts that 2014 will be a year of “great health care evolution, not necessarily revolution,” with organizations focused on decreasing costs while improving patient care. It identified what it considers the biggest trends for the coming year: industry consolidation and partnerships, collaborative approaches to industry issues, cooperation between health care trading partners and institutions, and having technology closer to the point of care to gain real-time analytics for better decisions for patient outcomes.

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