Big Data in Healthcare looks at selected current and future applications of Big Data within the healthcare industry, including usage in IT in in vitro diagnostics, personalized medicine, pharmaceutical industry, electronic medical records (EMR), mobile health (mHealth), and the health insurance industry.
Big Data in Healthcare also presents information on the following Big Data developments: selected IVD industry IT/Big Data investments, selected IT innovations in molecular diagnostics, selected genomic tests for inherited diseases, selected digital imaging innovations, selected collaborations between pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies, selected insurance industry big data initiatives, and selected big data alliances and organizations.
Quest Diagnostics, Inc., Roche Diagnostics, Bina Technologies, Inc. (part of Roche Sequencing), Cerner Corporation, Google Genomics (Alphabet), and IBM Healthcare are among the Big Data players profiled in the report.
Clinical data, as from medical diagnosis, medical images, patient histories, labs
Omics data, as from genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, epigenomics
Claims data, from health systems and providers, via the processing of public and private claims
User-generated data, as from fitness apps and data from smartphones
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