Nearly every organization recognizes the competitive edge offered by the oceans of data they have at their fingertips. So why aren't more organizations monetizing this value and realizing the advantage? From acquisition to storage, join us as we explore technical hurdles to leveraging the data deluge and strategies to topple them.
Based on early findings from the Aberdeen Research Group's survey HealthTech 2017: Tracking the Impact of Clean, Secure, and Connected Data, this report investigates the top data-related challenges facing healthcare providers today and explores the operational impact of business intelligence (BI) and analytics in healthcare environments.
In many cases, the path that organizations take to implement big data starts by piecing together a stack of open-source Hadoop components. And then— what next? When embarking on a big data project, it is important for organizations to understand exactly what they are getting into, pay attention to the challenges that have derailed others’ projects, and monitor the impact on total cost of ownership (TCO).
The foundation for eHealth Initiative (eHi) recently conducted a series of interviews with executives at leading genomics and precision medicine organizations across the United States – including Johns Hopkins Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, CancerLinq/American Society of Clinical Oncology – to provide insight on how clinical and genetic data is being used and managed.
This white paper explores the strengths and shortcomings of the data lake concept and describes an alternative big data management strategy that is scalable and enterprise-grade, and addresses the complete data lifecycle for significant value creation today and into the future.
This white paper explores how you can extend granular and context-driven access control all the way into the data layer. So you can tap into the value of your most valuable organizational asset—your information—without compromising the trust of those counting on you to protect it.
Data had become an increasingly critical part of how healthcare organizations operate. The healthcare CIO knows that big data is growing in both volume and importance, in fact healthcare is one of the fastest-growing segments of data growth at 48% per year, from a recent IDC study.
This white paper explores how Healthcare Organizations can effectively transform their data strategy to fully engage both clinicians and administrators across the continuum or care.
Learn how a new solution from PHEMI and SAP easily adapts to rapidly changing business needs and lets organizations turn their focus from the task of collecting and storing data to the more strategic role of curating data and deriving insights.