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- Big data in healthcare: management, analysis and future prospects
- 10 High-Value Use Cases for Predictive Analytics in Healthcare
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Big data in healthcare: management, analysis and future prospects
Artificial intelligence in healthcare is an overarching term used to describe the use of machine-learning algorithms and software, or artificial intelligence AI , to mimic human cognition in the analysis, presentation, and comprehension of complex medical and health care data. Specifically, AI is the ability of computer algorithms to approximate conclusions based solely on input data. What distinguishes AI technology from traditional technologies in health care is the ability to gather data, process it and give a well-defined output to the end-user. AI does this through machine learning algorithms and deep learning. These algorithms can recognize patterns in behavior and create their own logic.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: PURPOSE The steps involved, the resources needed, and the challenges associated with applying predictive analytics in healthcare are described, with a review of successful applications of predictive analytics in implementing population health management interventions that target medication-related patient outcomes. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert.
10 High-Value Use Cases for Predictive Analytics in Healthcare
Metrics details. It has become a topic of special interest for the past two decades because of a great potential that is hidden in it. Various public and private sector industries generate, store, and analyze big data with an aim to improve the services they provide. In the healthcare industry, various sources for big data include hospital records, medical records of patients, results of medical examinations, and devices that are a part of internet of things. Biomedical research also generates a significant portion of big data relevant to public healthcare. This data requires proper management and analysis in order to derive meaningful information.
The results showed that in , outpatient and emergency visits per capita in the elderly group aged 60 and over was 4. The results are computed after processing the health measurements in a specific context. The data are then delivered to a remote healthcare cloud via WiFi. A possible solution is provided by invoking next-generation computational methods and data analytics tools within systems medicine approaches. This survey study explores big data … n Thus, in this paper we formulate and solve optimization problems, which determine the combination of cloud disks from different providers maximizing the cloud-RAID system reliability or minimizing the total cost. There is little research focussed on healthcare industries' organizational performance, and, specifically, most of the research on IC in healthcare delivered results in terms of theoretical contribution and qualitative analyzes. The comment also supports the authors' statement of the patient as co-producer and introduces the idea that the competing logics of standardization and individualization are a matter of perspective on macro, meso and micro levels.
SUMMARY In healthcare, the term big data typically refers to large quantities of Using predictive analytics and big data to optimize pharmaceutical outcomes.
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For different stages of business analytics huge amount of data is processed at various steps. Depending on the stage of the workflow and the requirement of data analysis , there are four main kinds of analytics — descriptive, diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive. The four types of analytics are usually implemented in stages and no one type of analytics is said to be better than the other.
The concept of Big Data is popular in a variety of domains. The purpose of this review was to summarize the features, applications, analysis approaches, and challenges of Big Data in health care. Big Data in health care has its own features, such as heterogeneity, incompleteness, timeliness and longevity, privacy, and ownership.
Big data technologies are nowadays providing health care with powerful instruments to gather and analyze large volumes of heterogeneous data collected for different purposes, including clinical care, administration, and research. Two effective implementations are reported, concerning decision support in Diabetes and in Inherited Arrhythmogenic Diseases.