Among healthcare executives interviewed for the 2010 IBM Global CEO study, 90% expect a high or very high level of complexity of data over the next five years, but more than 40% are unprepared to deal with it. The volume, velocity and variety of data are outpacing the ability for healthcare
While healthcare organizations are amassing vast amounts of data, multiple versions of the truth can contribute to errors in patient care and payment processes. Physicians have been on information overload for decades, contributing to the estimated 15% of diagnoses that are inaccurate or incomplete
It is no secret that healthcare worldwide is in crisis - high costs, poor or inconsistent quality, and inaccessibility are potentially catastrophic. For example, Healthcare in Ontario is expected to account for 50% of government spending by 2011. And in China, 39% of the rural population and 36% of
Every day, our world creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. How businesses discover the real value in large volumes of data is key to their success. In this video, four IBM customers demonstrate how Smarter Analytics has helped them deliver the right product, prevent fraud, make informed and timely
IBM InfoSphere Streams helps define and run powerful analytics on structured and unstructured data in motion. In the healthcare domain, InfoSphere Streams is currently being used to continually analyze up to 16 concurrent streams of physiological data (Blood Pressure, EKG, Blood Oxygen Saturation
The US spends far more than any other nation on healthcare. In 2009, health care costs reached $2.5 trillion dollars - - more than $8000/person and 17% of GDP, up from 13.4% in 2000. Yet, as is widely cited in healthcare circles, the US fails to achieve acceptable results from all this spending,
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic neurologic disorder that afflicts many in the primes of their lives. The biomedical research community has ramped up its use of big data analytics to illuminate the myriad factors that contribute to the onset and progression of MS.
On April 26, IBM announced
The human condition is an unfathomable mystery, a complex stew of biological, genetic, behavioral, cultural, environmental, psychological, and spiritual factors.
But fathom it we must. When our personal condition stumbles from wellness to illness, we will use any resources at our disposal,