What’s Up in Healthcare (Nov 30 – Dec 6, 2014)

What’s Up in Healthcare (Nov 30 – Dec 6, 2014)

It shouldn’t be any surprise that this healthcare round up focuses on healthcare in the future, and how to safeguard it for data security. Are you excited for how next year turns out?

Here are the newest articles you need to read regarding Healthcare.

Why Healthcare May Finally Be Ready for Big Data

From HBR

By Nilay D. Shah and Jyotishman Pathak

“A total of 2.5 quintillion terabytes of data were generated every day in 2012 alone, and it is estimated that as much data is now generated in just two days as was created from the dawn of civilization until 2003.” This is enough to sum up the advancement in Bag Data over the recent years.

How is this affecting Healthcare? A whole lot apparently. It’s not a question of whether Big Data is applicable to Healthcare because we already know the answer to that, but it’s when it should take place. A big feature of data is providing new insights regarding certain knowledge ran through data’s analytics. Handy? It sure is.

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7 Emerging Healthcare Trends

From Fierce Healthcare

By Zack Budryk (@ZackBudryk)

PwC or the PricewaterhouseCoopers recently released its list of top healthcare trends for 2015. What can we take away from this?

There is no doubt that the healthcare industry is taking a turn for the digital side of things and gearing towards consumer-focused models! Read up on these trends that will surely dominate the industry.

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Will IT Security Issues Plague Healthcare in 2015?

From HealthIT Security

By Elizabeth Snell

With advancements and technologies almost leading the healthcare industry, it is of high priority to keep data secure and breach-free. It is very critical for facilities to have reliable security strategies.

The very idea that healthcare data breach is on the rise should be a bright red warning for all the facilities in the industry. Security is not a light thing; it should be treated with extreme measures and planned way ahead of time. Read the article to know more about it.

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Written by Infinit Healthcare

Infinit Healthcare’s content team consists of regular blog contributors who writes topics about outsourcing and its relation to the Healthcare Industry.

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