Did you know that our bodies have over 150 trillion gigabytes of data within it? That is enough to fill 75 billion 16GB iPads.
Although we cannot harness this kind of data to help us store data or to help build complex internal databases, we can use it successfully in healthcare.
This practice is in its infancy at present, but has opened up significant opportunities that are going to grow in the future.
The way that people…Continue
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Any parent can relate to the anxiety of being encharged with a newborn completely dependent on you yet unable to communicate its needs. This worry is amplified when your baby is born prematurely and spends its first few weeks of life in the Intensive Care Nursery hooked up to cardiorespiratory monitors.
Here's the thing about cardiorespiratory monitors. These devices track a newborn’s heart rate, breathing rate and oxygenation so that nurses can attend to health problems like …Continue
The recent studies done by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that people learn only 70 percent of what they know about their jobs informally. When talking about the IT health trainers then what possibly could be the stats? Are they efficient enough in delivering their best? What things they need to keep in mind in order to move with these…Continue
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The Impact of Big Data Analytics on Healthcare & Your Health
Often we take good health for granted. However if you or a loved one has ever experienced a sever injury, disease, or other health event, it is often a life changing occurrence, which turns one’s life upside down. Today, there is more information available to patients to understand the symptoms, outline event progression, and summarize treatment options thanks to the Internet. However, there is…Continue
Interested in using your skills for a good cause, a great challenge and a $25,000 prize? How about predicting the future of ALS patients?
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According to the San Jose Mercury News writer Chris O'Brien, not only does Silicon Valley have the official theme of Big Data, but there is a data-driven revolution coming in healthcare. From the article:
It seems clear that machines, computers and software are capable of delivering a revolution in health care, a future that feels so possible and tantalizingly close. The barriers, for now, continue to be us hopelessly imperfect…
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