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Data sharing and data protection

The CCIO and Health CIO networks have published a discussion paper Data sharing and data protection in healthcare.

The paper addresses the issues around the regulation of data protection associated with data sharing. 42 more words

06 (June 2017)

The potential for big data analytics to enhance our knowledge of the complex regional pain syndromes

In an era of expanding costs and declining reimbursement, the healthcare industry has dramatically expanded the collection of demographic and clinical data to facilitate billing efficiency and maintain financial solvency | Journal of Clinical Anesthesia… 116 more words

06 (June 2017)

Can search engine data save lives from pancreatic cancer?

Gerd Gigerenzer discusses how search engines use big data analytics to “diagnose” your state of health | BMJ Opinion

Image shows pancreatic desmoplasia. Pancreatic cancer is associated with a vast desmoplastic reaction in which the connective tissue around the tumor thickens and scars.  188 more words

06 (June 2017)

Can search engine data save lives from pancreatic cancer?

Gerd Gigerenzer discusses how search engines use big data analytics to “diagnose” your state of health | BMJ Opinion

Image shows pancreatic desmoplasia. Pancreatic cancer is associated with a vast desmoplastic reaction in which the connective tissue around the tumor thickens and scars.  188 more words

06 (June 2017)

Dr. Pantanowitz to speak on computer aided diagnosis at Pathology Horizons

This August in Cairns Pathology Horizons delegates will have the privilege of hearing Dr. Liron Pantanowitz delivering a talk on the pros and cons of computer aided diagnosis in pathology. 192 more words

Understanding Standard

The type of standard applicable in Information Communication Technology with examples of existing standards in each and the various authors

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Medicine, the science of uncertainty

In a recent article, it was estimated that at least $200 billion is wasted annually on excessive testing and treatment. The impact of the overly aggressive, extraneous care is not only financial in nature but also generates mistakes and injuries believed to cause 30,000 deaths each year.  841 more words

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