Posted on: November 23-2016 | By : Harish Rijhwani | In: Analytics,Big Data,Digital Modernization,Digital Solutions,Intelligent Business | 2 Comments
The global healthcare analytics market is projected to reach around $23 billion by the year 2020. While the banking and retail industry has been using analytics for a long time, the healthcare industry has recently adopted this technology. A simple example can explain this, have you ever used your credit/debit card multiple times in a span of say five – ten minutes with the amount being substantially high? Well I have J and within two minutes of the transactions I received a call from the bank asking me if I was using my debit card or I have misplaced it.
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Harish C. Rijhwani is a Delivery Manager at Syntel with 14+ years of experience in Healthcare...

Posted on: September 23-2014 | By : Gargi Sarkar | In: Healthcare Informatics | No Comments
Consulting family and friends is commonplace in the health-decision-making process. With the emergence of social media, this circle of advisors has widened and grown. We understand how social media has changed the way businesses communicate and function today. The same is happening in the healthcare industry, with social media acting as a catalyst in changing how we access, seek and utilize healthcare. Today, consumers have the option to seek medical advice on social media. This has opened new channels of communication for healthcare stakeholders.

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Gargi Sarkar is a Product Consulting Specialist for Healthcare and Life Sciences. She has been with...

Posted on: May 05-2014 | By : Urvashi Sharma | In: Healthcare Informatics | 1 Comment
As we gear up for the overhaul it is not just the compliances that Providers need to secure their processes for, you also need to tap large amount of data for data forensics. The EMR and data warehouse systems will become rich sources of information, making it important to build a holistic framework to manage clinical and financial information for effective and efficient reporting. Similarly, it is important to design processes to achieve high levels of data quality and standardization and appropriately interpret and implement evidence-based clinical guidelines.
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'Dr. Urvashi is part of Healthcare Provider sub-vertical and comes with 9+ years or experience...


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