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IBM Big Data Monitors Patients For Brain Injury
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3/21/2013 | 7:02:03 PM
re: IBM Big Data Monitors Patients For Brain Injury
This is yet another great example of how technology can use big data to help streamline patient care. Using the software to collect and analyze the large amounts of data automatically and alert if there are any potentially dangerous changes instead of needing constant human analysis saves not only time and money, but can also lead to better patient care. The fact that companies are looking into this type of focused helpful technology is beneficial to health IT as a whole.

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