The Evolving Data Landscape Will Transform Healthcare. Here Are Four Trends to Watch.

Posted by Paul Darling on Fri, Jun 28, 2019

Oladele Ojo co-wrote this blog post with Paul Darling. 

The healthcare system generates approximately a zettabyte (a trillion gigabytes) of data each year, which includes both classic data from sources such as EHRs, diagnostics and genetics, as well as newer data sources such as gut biome sensors, wearable devices and environmental monitors, and social media. Consequently, it’s now possible to quantify a person across three dimensions of human existence: biological, environmental and digital/social.


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Four Takeaways From the Year’s Biggest—and Rainiest—Healthcare Conference

Posted by Ann Klein on Thu, Jan 31, 2019

Every year in early January, Union Square in San Francisco transforms from a shopping mecca to a (usually rainy) gathering of leadership teams from payers, large providers, life sciences companies and tech companies across the globe. The visual is dramatic: You’ll never see as many dark suits in San Francisco than when you’re wandering around town during the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference.


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