Did you know there’s new information collected about you, every time you go to the doctor? But what happens to that data after you leave? Roughly 80 percent of collected health data is stored in hundreds of different forms such as lab results, images and medical transcripts, making it virtually useless.
That’s why health-care organizations are leveraging big data technology to capture patient information. The idea is to improve health care through care coordination, population health management and patient engagement and outreach.Read More »from How Health Care Is Mining, Using Your Data