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Big Data in Health Care: Speaking with Dr. Clifford Hudis

Real World Health Care is pleased to bring you the final interview in our series on Big Data and its impact on health care. Here, we spoke with Dr. Clifford Hudis about how Big Data will impact cancer care. Dr. Hudis is Chief, Breast Medicine Service, Department of Medicine, Memorial…more.

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Before Your Next Bite: Health Inspectors’ 5 Greatest Needs

One out of every six Americans gets sick from a foodborne illness each year according to the Center for Disease Control. A revolutionary, data-driven approach to inspect restaurants for health violations is helping to take a bite of this number, finding a quarter more violations, days sooner. Based on proven…more.

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By Bonnie Westra, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, FACMI, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Nursing Informatics, University of Minnesota School of Nursing  |  Mar 23, 2016

Big Data in Health Care: Speaking with Nursing Leader Dr. Bonnie Westra

As part of our ongoing series on big data in health care, we spoke with Bonnie Westra, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, FACMI, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Nursing Informatics, at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing. Dr. Westra is also a member of the Institute for Health Informatics and…more.

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Closing the Healthcare Gap: The Critical Role of Non-Identified Information

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By Hallie Prescott, MD, MSc, Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary& Critical Care Medicine, University of Michigan Health System  |  Feb 24, 2016

Big Data & Health Care: Speaking with Dr. Hallie Prescott

For the latest installment in our series on Big Data & Health Care, we sat down with Dr. Hallie Prescott to discuss the use of structured data and unstructured data in continuously learning health systems. Hallie Prescott, MD, MSc, is Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary…more.

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By Real World Health Care Editorial Staff  |  Jan 6, 2016

New Series: Big Data in Health Care

Welcome to 2016! The staff and sponsors of Real World Health Care wish you all a Happy & Healthy New Year. We look forward to another year of sharing ideas and insights from researchers on the forefront of real-world medical breakthroughs. Next week, we’ll be kicking off a new blog…more.

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