Big Data – Changing Healthcare Research Statement This report will examine the impact of big data on healthcare; changing the way hospitals operate, healthcare professionals treat patients, and payment models. Purpose The purpose of this report is to assess how data collection is impacting outcomes, access to care and the ability to sustain services under the new payment models. Background and Significance “Big data generally refers to information that is too large – terabytes to petabytes or even exabytes of memory – to process with older standards of processing power” (Dockster Marcus, 2014, para.2). Data collection for Healthcare can come from a variety of formats and sources. It can be obtained from electronic health records, electronic
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Electronic Health Records; Pros and Cons Desiree Steinbach Rasmussen Online Author Note This assignment is being submitted to Dr. Carol Patton’s NUR3508 Section 01 Quality and Safety in Nursing Practice - Summer 2012 Electronic Health Records; Pros and Cons Electronic Health Records (E.H.R.) first came into existence in 1967 at the University of Vermont and Utah’s Latter Day Saints Hospital. A physician named Lawrence Weed “described a system to automate and reorganize patient medical records to enhance their utilization and thereby lead to improved patient care” (Pinkerton, 2005, p.1). The E.H.R. has progressively been implemented into many aspects of the healthcare systems such as family practice, ambulatory surgery centers, pediatrics, urgent cares, and hospitals.
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