When IT and business leaders talk about big data, information governance is not typically at the top of the list of conversation topics. Some practitioners dismiss it out of hand as impractical for enormous quantities of data. Some say governance of big data would cross the line between just-right
Big Data Bytes is a weekly videochat where we look at some of the hot articles, blog posts, and social chatter about topics related to big data. For Friday, May 17, 2013, our guests were Frank Fillmore (@ffillmorejr), Founder and President of The Fillmore Group, and Tom Deutsch (@thomasdeutsch),
The transition to a healthcare pay-for-performance model is driven by both regulatory and consumer factors. Let's dig into the key drivers and information needs that will be critical to harness and leverage to manage the challenges posed by this new model.
The key regulatory drivers include changes
Increasingly, recent conversations with customers around the world have included the need to address multiple types of data, commonly called “multi-domain” in master data management (MDM) circles. This stems from several factors: an increasing emphasis on data exchange; the rise of accountable care
Given the explosion in the volume, variety and velocity of data growth, it is clear that big data has a low value per byte compared to the traditional enterprise data. An oft repeated analogy to this is a gold mine where you dig tons of dirt to discover an ounce of gold. But, enterprises can still
More and more, organizations are asking how MDM fits in with other emerging trends – namely big data, mobile and cloud. We’ll discuss how these trends intersect.
Big Data - For today's post, big data means the overall umbrella of social media data, unstructured documents, streaming data from
Healthcare involves several domains of data, including patient/person, provider, insurance and reference data. Outside of healthcare, the patient/person domain would be called customer, and in a real sense, the healthcare patient is a customer of the payer or the healthcare provider. Increasingly,
Mike Martin may be the only IBM Champion with an album currently available on iTunes. Based in the Philadelphia area, Mike and his band, Lo-Fi Genius, recorded an album, This is Rocket Science, including the song, “George Wendt Lives in My Building.” After all, George Wendt really did live in Mike
Big data is a new natural resource. Like other natural resources, big data needs to be successfully mined, refined and delivered in order to create value.
Organizations first need to mine big data through Exploration. Exploration is finding, connecting and understanding the value of all available