Authored on: Jul 26, 2013
The volume, velocity, and variety of data generated by the healthcare industry are growing at a staggering pace. This data takes many forms, from electronic medical records, lab and imaging test results, and physician notes to medical correspondence and insurance claims. Big data analytics is helping healthcare providers to corral all of the relevant data available to gain an enterprise-wide, rather than departmental, view of the business. Among the challenges big data analytics can help address are improving patient care, cutting costs, and making the best use of staff.
Read this Buyer's Guide to learn how to choose a big data analytics solution that can uncover hidden patterns and provide the data that can improve outcomes, service and agility.