Lessons learned during the Big Data in Biomedicine Conference at Stanford

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Lessons learned during the Big Data in Biomedicine Conference at Stanford, CA – May 24-25, 2017

  • The number of health data is growing that we need more data scientists and direct to consumer applications impacting better health outcomes.
  • The current health IT innovations are being used by those that do not need health outcomes.
  • The population needed to be served by new health IT innovations are not all served.
  • There is a greater need for collaborations among those who own health data.
  • There is a need for better/faster health delivery and outcomes from the use of health data to the health consumers.
  • There is a need for the health consumer to be part owner of their health data.
  • There is more education needed for health consumers to be empowered about their health based on health data insights.

Please email Connie Dello Buono at motherhealth@gmail.com to add to the above list.

 

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