[INFOGRAPHIC] Big Data Solutions Accelerate Healthcare Transformation

[INFOGRAPHIC] Big Data Solutions Accelerate Healthcare Transformation

[INFOGRAPHIC] Big Data Solutions Accelerate Healthcare Transformation 150 150 Claire Michelle De Castro

“Big Data” is being touted as the steam engine of our time. Big Data refers to a large collection of data sets too complex to be handled by traditional database management tool. Gartner has revealed in its recent study that organizations have increased their understanding of what big data is and how it could transform the business in novel ways. The new key questions have shifted to ‘What are the strategies and skills required?’ and ‘How can we measure and ensure our return on investment?’

Companies today want to make sense of their rapidly growing volume of data. Healthcare industry for instance is embracing the big data movement as a solution to improve patient care. And if used creatively and effectively by the U.S. healthcare industry, the potential value of big data is worth more than $300 billion every year according to McKinsey Global Institute.

The infographic shown below, courtesy of insurancequotes.org, visually demonstrates how technology and big data is revolutionizing healthcare. Additionally, it lists various uses cases of big data and its future use in healthcare.

Big Data and the Future of Healthcare



With Medcurial, Exist Lets Doctors Bring Important Patient Information With Them

“Healthcare today is more complex because there is plenty of patient information from different sources. We designed Medcurial not just for the current physicians’ needs, but built it on a platform that can support an integrated healthcare system of the future for the country, where all health providers – doctors, clinics, hospitals and other care practitioners including the patient themselves contribute in finding the best care outcome.”

Check out our healthcare product, MEDCURIAL, and see how it helped some of the biggest hospitals in the country provide better patient outcomes.