Big Data: A Big Brace for Healthcare!
FREMONT, CA: Big data has become a phenomenon across all industries, and the healthcare sector is an opportunity for big data to unveil its data-driven capabilities. Hence, making healthcare processes proactive as well as aligned to meet the needs of the patients. There are many successful use cases of big data in healthcare that organizations can seek inspiration from.
Adopting electronic health records (EHR) is the key. Keeping a record of all medical reports and charts are a challenge for patients as well as caregivers. Due to mismanagement, patients have to retake tests which cost patients their time, money, and energy. This translates into an ineffective way of administering health care for health providers. Detecting diseases proactively As a result of digitized records like EHRs, proactive detection of diseases becomes possible. Big data has deployed to track and fight the spread of epidemics. EHRs and unstructured data can be used to spot profoundly affected areas.
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Patient monitoring should be done remotely as the aging population is multiplying in third-world countries. Elderly need more healthcare and support than the other age population. Attending the aged on time was a challenge as there is a shortage of talent, time, and distance. But now, healthcare professionals reach to the remotely located aged quickly with the help of advanced technologies like telemedicine, the Internet of Things (IoT) and more. Care services should be strategically planned. Big data helps in creating a single repository of information that helps in the same. Substance abuse should be kept in control. It has killed many people around the world, and prescribed drugs and illicit drugs are the main issues that lead to the cause. The reason for substance abuse can be curbed, with the help of data mining. Big data can also help in cutting down the fraud of prescribing opium kind substances to patients, which leads to fatality.
Healthcare sector is undergoing various changes to grow and make data secure. Caregivers are now learning data analytics like big data to mine out insights about the patients. Big data is a field that tackles ways to analyze and systematically extract information from data sets that are too large to be dealt with by traditional data-processing application software. Big data is sure to help the health providers to deliver better care to patients.
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