With the coming 5G and feeding of AI models, a significant rise in the use of medical and healthcare devices is just around the corner. This will dramatically increase the amount of data captured, and provide opportunities for advanced analysis and deeper insights. On the flip side, with huge data, there could be huge problems.
Cloud-based data management just may be the key to keeping your data and analytics organized and fruitful. There is analyst buzz out there that seems to indicate that the healthcare industry will be spending a huge amount of money on cloud technologies. I have to believe that there is a good reason for that.
Providers, payers, and physicians are constantly looking for a single version of the truth when it comes to their patients, members, and organization. There are advantages to this curated data layer residing in the cloud. Some facts that support this:
- The cloud is scalable; when the need for resources is higher, the cloud can scale up, and when the need for resources is lower, the cloud can scale down. This works with an increasing amount of data as well.
- Large cloud providers have AI and ML capabilities that healthcare organizations need for… Read More »