Developing a Health Data Strategy

Macadamian Technologies | November 7, 2018

As interoperability between systems improves a new problem is emerging in healthcare, and that is, what do we do with all of this data? The biggest challenge with this will be surfacing "meaningful data" as end users will not spend the time sifting through it to hunt for meaning.

As interoperability between systems improves a new problem is emerging in healthcare, and that is, what do we do with all of this data?

As data begins to flow between systems, and new data begins to flow from devices like Fitbit’s and Apple Watches, we’re going to be sitting on a wealth of data that is not being used.

The biggest challenge with this will be surfacing “meaningful data” as end users will not spend the time sifting through it to hunt for meaning.

In Developing a Health Data Strategy we cover 4 steps to developing your strategy to surface meaningful data and insights.

Learn:

  • How to map your products ecosystem
  • Understanding how to deal with end-user data
  • How to map the flow of data
  • Considerations for data privacy and security

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