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Turnkey Hadoop? Yes, It’s Possible.

As you already know, there are big benefits to big data, and the first step to capitalizing on them is getting an efficient data architecture (including your traditional systems AND big data) up and running. But what’s the best way to build that warehouse? In our last blog, we discussed the many questions and complications that arise when you want to go DIY and build the warehouse yourself. But what about a pre-integrated solution? A turnkey solution won’t be as

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The Healthcare Cloud Big Data Checklist

You’re ready to start capitalizing on your data to uncover new insights. And you’re sold on the cloud to make big data simpler to implement. But not all big data platforms—and not all clouds—are the same. If you’re going to fast-track your journey to data-driven healthcare innovation, be sure your solution checks all of the following boxes.   1. Is the solution production-ready? With advances in Hadoop and open-source big data tools, it’s relatively easy today to build something that

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Big Data in the Healthcare Cloud

You can do amazing things when you capitalize on your data—uncover new operational efficiencies, drive transformative research, deliver targeted genetic therapies, and much more. To do all of this, you’ll need two core things: an effective big data system that aggregates all your organization’s data in one place, and a way to allow more people to access it. Many healthcare organizations are finding that the answer to both requirements lies in the healthcare cloud. Modern cloud-based big data platforms address

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Capitalizing on Analytics Means Protecting, Securing, and Sharing Your Data

By Adam Lorant, VP Product and Solutions, PHEMI Modern data science and analytics hold the potential to transform healthcare—from helping hospitals operate more efficiently, to identifying precision medicine targets, to evaluating public health initiatives, and more. All of these advances, however, depend on sharing data. It’s not enough to collect more information. If you can’t share it—with analysts, investigators, partners, clinical decision-makers—you can’t capitalize on it. But, as you collect and share more data, you have a legal and ethical obligation

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Top Five Things I Will Not Miss at HIMSS16

This year’s HIMSS16, like every year, brings 1300+ health focused technology leaders together to experience exceptional education, world-class speakers, innovation in health IT products and strategic networking opportunities. With more than 300 educational programs, keynotes, and thought leader sessions, there is a lot to see and hear. I thought I’d share my ‘must see HIMSS16 sessions’ to help in your pursuit of big data initiatives and business-driven/consumable analytics. Analytics is proving to have huge potential in helping healthcare organizations, but

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