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NSF Mines Medical Records for Patient Care

Heng Huang, a computer scientist at UT Arlington, has been tasked with leading a National Science Foundation (NSF) project to mine medical records data to personalize patient care and ...Full Article

Data Curbs Healthcare Overtime to Cut Costs

Healthcare labor arguably fills up the industry’s largest division of funding, with some reports estimating that labor alone accounts for roughly 60 percent of operating budgets. But while labor ...Full Article

MD Anderson Teams up with Watson for “Moon Shots”

Today, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and IBM have announced that Watson’s cognitive computing system will come to the facility to help put an end to ...Full Article

Watson Comes to Cleveland Clinic Patient Rooms

When IBM’s Watson made his debut on Jeopardy!, the supercomputer’s makers were quick to point out that while its knowledge of trivia may be impressive, the real impact will ...Full Article

Big Data Commands at Mount Sinai Hospital

For the 160-year-old Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City, organizing and making sense of its patient data has been a necessity to streamline its operations, but doctors are ...Full Article

YarcData and Selventa Align for Personalized Medicine

YarcData has recently announced that it will join together with the systems diagnostics company, Selventa, to bring big data to Selventa’s push for personalized medicine. Through the collaboration Selventa ...Full Article

Deloitte PopulationMiner Digs into Healthcare Landscape

To offer data analytics to life sciences researchers in need of information from broad patient populations to answer questions about complex disease and drug interactions, Deloitte has announced the ...Full Article

Strata Rx Conference Talks Big Data for Healthcare

At this year’s O’Reilly Strata Rx Data Makes a Difference Conference in Boston, experts discussed the three “V”s of big data: velocity, volume and variety, and how they’re being ...Full Article

Interoperability Still Hurdle for Healthcare IT

Healthcare providers are often blamed with slowing down the industry’s technological adoption by being sluggish in picking up the latest tools. But Linda M. Girgis, a physician with Girgis ...Full Article

Hiding Big Data in a Haystack

More and more, elderly patients whose vital signs must be monitored by physicians are able to stay home and send information about the condition to a physician over the ...Full Article
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