Analytics in Healthcare Industry

| July 4, 2018

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The global healthcare industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 24.7%. This is made possible by the leveraging of various analytics tools and practices by the healthcare providers for improving their operational efficiency. The United States is at the front of the growth, accounting for 65.84% which can be attributed to country’s substantial investment in healthcare.  Europe and Asia are on a path of steady growth with increased expenditure on technology, R&D and the emergence of Big Data. The volume of data available is expected to be increasing at an exponential rate in the years ahead. Current cumbersome techniques of evaluation will soon have to pave the way for advanced analytics. These techniques, which have the ability to process, act on, manage and distribute data from a variety of sources, will become the backbone of the healthcare sector. With this evaluation, the vast health data will be better understood and more effective, real-time, specific decisions can be taken.

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