Harnessing the Power of the Clinical Data Avalanche

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There is new lexicon for an old scientific challenge. The World Health Organization (WHO) has named the overabundance of COVID-19 information the “infodemic.” While COVID-19 has highlighted the challenge of identifying, aggregating and analyzing validated clinical data to fight diseases; other scientifically complicated diseases with large patient populations have the same challenge. Diseases meeting these criteria are referred to as emerging diseases, because while they may not be new, the science has evolved, and their markets are projected to emerge. In this webinar you will learn: - Discuss the data avalanche and its impact on the healthcare industry today. - Explain the utility of different clinical data types by various stakeholders in healthcare. - Determine challenges of culling the data avalanche quickly and efficiently. - Discuss potential pros and cons of data sharing amongst stakeholders.
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