With all eyes on Tony Blair and the Chilcott Report, the government decided yesterday would be a good day to put paid to one of its most controversial data initiatives, care.data. Where to now for NHS information sharing?
What happens when food becomes contaminated and subject to recall? Kurt Marko examines some of the ways in which personalization can materially help in notifying customers.
“Precision medicine” and “human genome analysis” used to sound like science fiction. But as our latest video shoots from Sapphire Now prove, the use cases are maturing – thanks in part to more accessible technology and solutions like SAP HANA. Here’s my review of our talks with CancerLinQ and the Stanford Medical Center.
In this edition: can cloud computing save healthcare? And: can we learn from the bath we’ve taken in data lakes? Plus: enterprise analytics in a state of disarray (again). Your whiffs include: “Idiots” that fail to install patches on their ERP systems, and, the buzzword absurdity of “mental ergonomics.”
US healthcare is in a chaotic state. Can cloud technologies save it from its 1990’s ERP and all that goes with it? Narinder Singh thinks so, but it requires radical Rx
At the Consensus 2016 blockchain event, I went looking for use cases beyond financial services. Enter Bryan Smith of PokitDok, whose company is knee deep in ambitious blockchain healthcare plans. Just don’t call him a data scientist.
Schumacher Clinical Partners took an early risk in implementing Workday financials. This is how it worked out.
Although “personalized medicine” promises to bring huge benefits in terms of public health, it is still early days and the approach is currently raising as many questions as it answers.
What’s happening to improve US healthcare. Quite a lot according to Manish Tandon, EVP Infosys