Industrial Big Data and Analytics in Digital Health

A profusion of patient sensors is joining advances in quantitative medicine and systems biology, giving health care providers more data than they can effectively manage. But the opportunities – from cost reduction to personalized medicine – are compelling enough to keep the big data dream alive. Thi...

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