The most obvious thing for any Health Care Organization to do is to develop in-house infrastructure to manage its healthcare data. That’s simpler said than done, though. Setting up an Enterprise-grade data warehouse not only involves additional hires, there’s some amount of capital expenditure as well as operational costs involved.
The global healthcare industry, more than any other, suffers from the “data rich but information poor” syndrome. While it finds itself on the brink of a major makeover with the advent of Big Data and analytics, it lags considerably compared to other industries. Many researchers have raised this red flag.