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Is BIG DATA a BIG MESS for PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS in HEALTHCARE DELIVERY?

David K. Crockett, Ph.D., who holds his Ph.D. in biomedical informatics from the University of Utah, recognized as one of the top training programs for informatics in the world, cuts to the chase in his short discussion here:

http://www.healthcatalyst.com/predictive-analytics-big-data-big-mess

He provides 4 Reasons Why Predictive Analytics Does Not Depend on Big Data........I tend to agree with him, for modeling many diseases and syndromes ........... what do you think?

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Hi, According to my experience as business analyst, I think Big data is becoming more useful technology among the companies. There are many firms (healthcare) who still rely on big data to analyze their business, so that market trends prediction can become easier.

Source: Aureus Analytics 

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