Big Data- Implications and Opportunities for Healthcare
27th August 2012 â€” 29th August 2012
Medical professionals, radiologists and IT professionals are moving toward integrating â€˜centralized databasesâ€™ in their practices and hospitals with 2012 set to be its â€œboom year"
The technology has been an unrealized strategic tool for since 2004. However, it is now a fully realizable platform that will be beneficial in helping healthcare professionals transmit mass volumes of information, imagery and big data on a global scale in order to achieve a more streamlined maintenance and additional future service additions.
The difficulty and reality is that there is a lack of standardization and interoperability with the available solutions on many levels, as well as having to comply with privacy laws and policy. One example is that not all healthcare facilities have centralized databases in order to communicate and transfer mass amounts of data, and the ones that do have them cannot communicate with others due to different ‘language,’ which is computer code. A policy set in place for privacy and security. Therefore there is a lack of uniform standardized interoperability that healthcare professionals and radiologists can send and receive, due to meeting regulatory requirements. In essence the technology applications are not yet bridging the gap between concept and solution.
Medical schools, radiologists and healthcare professionals are pushing for separate centralized databases to provide a more efficient way to transfer imagery. Several information technology companies are pushing to be the major messaging standard and solution providers are jostling to be the major security and IT platform providers that healthcare facilities and medical schools use. Therefore, let IQPC bring Big Data into the main stream for the benefit of all market participants!
This conference will feature innovative thought leaders who will provide their insight on addressing the needs of and issues that hinder the speed and progress by not having centralized databases. Attend the 1st Big Data – Implications and Opportunities for Healthcare Companies
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