Healthcare Data Warehouse

Legacy Data Management Slows Real-Time Analytics Adoption

July 31, 2017 - Healthcare organizations that are trying to make better use of data through real-time analytics are struggling with data management as legacy methods are not robust enough to support more advanced data processing. A recent study conducted by IDC and InterSystems found that organizations using extract, transfer, and load (ETL) and Changed Data Capture (CDC) are largely unable to keep up with...

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NCI Adds Lightbeam Population Health to HIT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The North Country Initiative (NCI) healthcare partnership has added Lightbeam Health Solutions to its health IT infrastructure to provide the Lightbeam population health platform to 150 physicians in 30 practices over six hospitals and several...

Pure Storage, Cisco to Improve Infrastructure Data Storage

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Pure Storage has announced their expanded collaboration with Cisco to improve their FlashStack Converged Infrastructure Solution allowing data centers to better support large-scale virtual desktop deployments. Pure Storage chose Cisco as a partner...

Defining the Basics of the Healthcare Big Data Warehouse

by Jennifer Bresnick

From the basic electronic health record to the health information exchange (HIE), clinical decision support (CDS) system, business intelligence ecosystem, and big data analytics dashboard, most health IT infrastructure is geared towards achieving...


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