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The future of healthcare and medicine by Dr. Rohit Sharma, @Zinitheai

There is no denying the fact that healthcare costs very high. We all are just 1-2 Serious illnesses away from getting totally bankrupt and losing all your savings if luck goes bad and there is no insurance to cover it. Even if there is no financial constraint, getting access to a human physician and getting to satisfactory quality time with them is next to impossible for billions.

Health Data Analytics and clinical terminology systems like SNOMED CT by Prof. Supten Sarbadhikari, @supten

Healthcare, with its inherent complexity, deals with large volumes of data coming in. Well designed and used EMRs (Electronic Medical Records) can collect huge amounts of data. However, neither the volume nor the velocity of data in traditional modern healthcare may qualify as big data now. Only a small fraction of the tables in an EMR database may be relevant to the current practice of medicine and its corresponding analytics use cases.

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