Posts Tagged with big data

by adgrooms on February 4, 2020

"Hey, Google," "What was my LDL cholesterol from last year's checkup?"

With the inevitable interoperability rules being enacted by HHS agencies, some of us may be asking Google or Alexa questions about information in our personal health records. The new rules will allow patients to give third-party apps access to their PHI. Big tech has been courting healthcare for some time now. Google ...

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by adgrooms on November 1, 2019

Healthcare is complicated, especially when you consider the massive amount of data generated every day by patients, providers, insurance companies, and regulators. This data can tell us a lot, especially if the relationships between sets of data can be used in a meaningful way. Some of healthcare's most complex issues such as implementing precision medicine, consolidating personal health ...

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by adgrooms on May 16, 2019

We have come a long way in medicine, developing cures and treatments for the most daunting diseases and ailments. For the most part, science has discovered remedies by treating whole populations indiscriminately. This tactic has been successful for many individuals, but a few have not seen the benefit. Some are now approaching healthcare from a model that uses genetics and other traits from ...

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