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Abstract

LEVERAGING BIG DATA FOR HEALTH CARE

Ritu Aggrawal* and Deepshikha Kalra

ABSTRACT

There has been lot of changes in the health care sector of India during the last six decades both government and private sectors have taken significant measures to improve the quality of service but as this sector is multilayered which makes it complex and difficult to unlock its true potential and scope for innovation. This paper focuses on the problem faced by patients and doctors due to health data available in different forms and at different places. It suggests how Big data can provide solution to these problems.

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