Health is wealth - A true fact, but seldom does one take notice of one’s health until it’s too late!

Prevention is certainly better than cure, but prevention of diseases does not guarantee that you wouldn’t fall ill or catch a temporary ailment (God forbid). Health care and its expenditure are increasing the demand of the big-data driven applications of healthcare. Better care at a lower cost is certainly one of the top factors that are on the focus. With the use of advanced analytics and also the implementation of big data technologies, the healthcare industry can benefit immensely with increased efficiency, rapid innovation and not to forget attractive economics that is the added bonus and a major attraction.

Introducing the Healthcare IoT - Classifying heart conditions at a faster pace

Well, the current heart rhythm when analyzed is a painfully slow process and the classification should be done manually. The entire process can take up to 24 hours and this is a long lag which again increases the risk of emergencies. With the new technology of MapR-FS, the Telemed will be able to get data ingested from medical devices through the NFS inside the cluster giving a real-time patient insight. With the help of this service, a solution is reached that fulfils the requirements of providing HA, real-time insights and multi-tenancy.

Novartis Genomics

NGS or Next-Generation Sequencing is a classic example of big data application which deals with dual challenge providing vast amount of raw heterogeneous data and also the fact that the NGS research and the best practices are active moving targets. With cutting-edge research, heavy interaction is required with different data from other external organizations.

At a lofty 15% clip, the overall costs of healthcare are on the rise, especially in the US. The emerging cases of big data analytics are tied to the Hadoop-based solution and its abilities. Structured and unstructured, massive quantities of data are stored and kept for further in-depth analysis. Improvising the health of patients at a lesser cost is the goal and full-scale digital transformation is the key to make this goal a success.





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