Few organizations have embraced the challenge -- and promise -- of big data with as much commitment and resources as the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. One of the leading academic medical centers in the country, UPMC is finding ways to gather, assimilate and analyze disparate data feeds that previously were difficult to access and aggregate at the enterprise level.
Today, the $12 billion health care system is using big data to advance breast cancer research, cardiac care and more.
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