By: Paul DeMuro
One cannot go anywhere these days and not hear about data analytics and big data. These concepts are becoming increasingly relevant in health care. We see applications in banking (electronic banking) and the use of customer data for a variety of purposes. In addition, the travel industry (consumer websites that will find your hotel or airline reservation and Uber), consumer products (Amazon), and Sports all use data analytics in some way. Health care has been one of the industries that has been slow to adapt information technology and data analytics.
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