Insurers will soon reassess how they predict costs; patients will let doctors know what medications won't work with their particular genomes; and researchers will look at hospital records in real time to determine the cheapest, most effective ways to treat patients—all because of developments in what is known as big data.
Analysis of huge data sets will reshape healthcare
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