MIT’s answer to global health issues: Democratizing big data analytics

  • Overall, the study shows that 63 percent of hospitals and health systems surveyed have deployed or plan to deploy a mobile communications platform supporting more than 500 Smartphones over the next 12 to 18 months.
  • We’ve compiled a list of innovations that have the potential to create greater change when it comes to the application and practice of healthcare in our series: HIT Consultant’s Selected Six Digital Health Innovations.
  • Scooped by Alex Butler onto Digital Health
  • The good news: technology has enabled a burgeoning universe of digital solves to help patients manage their health.
  • HIT Consultant Digital Health InnovationsAt HIT Consultant, we are always thinking about how digital innovation is impacting healthcare.

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If you think it’s hard to keep up with all the new software and hardware innovations, imagine doctors trying to stay abreast of medical advances.”While wonderful new medical discoveries and innovations are in the news every day, doctors struggle with using information and techniques available right now,” writes Leo Anthony Celi, assistant professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School, in the Conversation commentary Improving patient care by bridging the divide between doctors and data scientists. “As a practicing doctor, I deal with uncertainties and unanswered clinical questions all the time.” | Digital Health


MIT’s answer to global health issues: Democratizing big data analytics

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