Innovations in Big Data Analytics for Healthcare

A study on Big Data applications in managing healthcare data effectively to improve patient outcomes

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Big Data Analytics (BDA) refers to a set of data management tools, applications, and techniques for effective analysis of big datasets so as to derive intelligence on business operations and customer interactions. BDA is capable of processing both structured and unstructured data from various sources.This research provides a detailed understanding on how healthcare offers many opportunities where BDA could be applied to solve existing industry challenges, including coverage on identifying unmet needs, technology and application developments that enable innovations and drive market growth for care providers in the healthcare sector.The advent of BDA in health care offers the promise of dramatically transforming

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Key Findings2.0 Industry Overview and Market Trends2.1 Introduction to Big Data Analytics in Healthcare2.2 BDA Will Enable Right Living, Right Innovation, Right Care2.3 Role of Information Technology in Healthcare Value Chain2.4 Market Drivers - Personalized Healthcare Services2.5 Open Source Technologies Will Allow EHR/EMR Data To Manage More Efficiently2.6 Market Restraints - Availability of Expertise2.7 BDA Infrastructure Needs to Have Expensive Maintenance Periodically2.8 Concepts Like Evidence-based Medicine and Outcome Improvement Have Been Well-accepted Around the World3.0 Key Applications for Big Data in Healthcare3.1 The Central Role of Big Data in Personalized Medicine3.2 Applications: Taking off from Unmet Needs3.3 Big Data Poised to Revolutionize Disease Diagnosis, Health Management3.4 Big Data and Predictive Analytics in Translational Discovery3.5 Big Data Can Quicken Drug Development and Aid Drug Repurposing3.6 Big Data for Precise and Effective Drug Development3.7 Big Data Will Drive Telemedicine and Continuous Patient Monitoring3.8 Remote Patient Intelligence to Minimize Hospitalizations3.9 Big Data Has the Potential to Lower Healthcare Costs and Improve Public Health Management3.10 Building a Public Information Portal Using Healthcare Cloud4.0 Technology Convergence: Envision The Future in Healthcare4.1 Convergence of Big Data and Virtual Reality Will Accelerate Efficient Patient Care4.2 Convergence of Big Data and Cloud Computing Will Enable Maintaining EHR Efficiently4.3 Convergence of Big Data and Blockchain Will Enable Shared Ledger5.0 Patent Trends and Funding5.1 Key Patents in Big Data Healthcare – United States Patent and Trademark Office5.2 Key Patents in Big Data Healthcare - China Patent and Trademark Office5.3 Key Patents in Big Data Healthcare – World Intellectual Property Organization5.4 BDA Will Help To analyze increasingly complex biological data sets 6.0 Future Opportunities and Roadmap6.1 BDA Would Help in Genomic Research and Precision Medicine in Effective Cancer Treatment 7.0 Growth Opportunities7.1 Growth Opportunity : In Big Data Analytics7.2 Strategic Imperatives for Stakeholders8.0 Companies to Action8.1 Artificial Intelligence-Based Predictive Tool for Healthcare —9.0 Analyst Insights9.1 BDA will Help Automating Extraction of DNA and RNA Molecules From a Tissue Sample10.0 Key Contacts10.1 Key Contacts10.1 Key Contacts (Continued)Legal Disclaimer11.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story11.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story11.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career11.3 Global Perspective11.4 Industry Convergence11.5 360º Research Perspective11.6 Implementation Excellence11.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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