21 mars

Medical Center Health System in Odessa, Texas, created its own analytics and decision support department to facilitate analysis that helps clinicians and administrators. As a home-grown department, it’s enabled the hospital to focus business intelligence and analytic capabilities, while establishing an organizational approach to analytics structure and governance.

As the big data analytics market rapidly expands to include mainstream customers, which technologies are most in demand and promise the most growth potential? The answers can be found in TechRadar: Big Data, Q1 2016, a new Forrester Research report evaluating the maturity and trajectory of 22 technologies across the entire data life cycle. The winners all contribute to real-time, predictive, and integrated insights, what big data customers want now.

La caractéristique commune à l'innovation en e-santé et en santé mobile est qu’elles nous conduisent vers une médecine non plus curative mais préventive, voire prédictive. Pour y parvenir, la e-santé doit s’appuyer sur la génération, le partage (Open Data), et le traitement d'une multitude de données grâce aux outils du Big Data. Mais jusqu’où pouvons- nous aller ? Les risques d’une trop grande divulgation des données de santé sont-ils supérieurs aux avantages ? Comment redonner confiance aux...

Les informations relatives à la santé d'une personne font l'objet d'une protection par les textes applicables, par exemple le code de la santé publique ou le code de la sécurité sociale. Elles sont considérées par la loi Informatique et Libertés comme des données sensibles. Le règlement européen sur les données personnelles dont l'adoption est imminente confirme cette sensibilité...

18 mars

How a new data sharing consortium is helping scientists more quickly share and benefit from findings in their field is being detailed by structural biologists. The paper is published in Nature Communications . Enrico Di Cera, chair of biochemistry and molecular biology at Saint Louis University, is an author on the paper and says that the Structural Biology Grid Consortium has developed a repository, the Structural Biology Data Grid, to deposit, search and download structural biology data...

17 mars

Des millions d’entre nous ont un smartphone dans notre poche toute la journée et nous sommes plutôt contents de publier des selfies et des informations sur les réseaux sociaux. Mais sommes-nous prêts à partager en ligne des données sensibles sur notre santé ? Aujourd’hui, grâce à des applications dédiées, les malades peuvent rester connectés avec leur médecin au jour le jour. Voyons comment cela...

Organizing institution Utrecht University, Faculty of Medicine (UU) Course code M17 Course fee (incl. housing) € 950 Level Master level During this summer course, participants will learn the key characteristics of Big Data in health research. In addition, you will learn recent developments in health informatics to collect and access Big Data for research purposes. You will discuss different approaches for data analysis and learn how to visualize Big Data. The primary focus of this summer...

Background: The use of “Big Data” in plastic surgery outcomes research has increased dramatically in the last 5 years. This article addresses some of the benefits and limitations of such research. Methods: This is a narrative review of large database studies in plastic surgery. Results: There are several benefits to database research as compared with traditional forms of research, such as randomized controlled studies and cohort studies. These include the ease in patient...

In the past decade, digital technologies and Big Data have massively disrupted industries ranging from travel and retail to financial services and healthcare. Today, such large-scale impacts are finally being felt throughout the pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors and across the enterprise. Yes, marketing groups have had their eyes and ears on social media for some time, and researchers have been using advanced toolsets to...

16 mars

Imagine a fourth-year work placement with global impact. At BlueDot, students and alumni from Ryerson's Department of Geography are helping to spearhead the next generation of infectious disease research.

15 mars

La santé de précision va changer les techniques médicales et l'assurance: les patients pourraient payer de plus en plus selon leur comportement. Vous souvenez-vous du passage du marketing de masse, où le même message publicitaire était adressé à une large audience, à un marketing beaucoup plus finement segmenté grâce aux avancées technologiques, permettant...

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