Healthcare

Why Healthcare Needs to Leave the Pareto Principle in 1896

Unstructured Data in Healthcare In 1896, Vilfredo Pareto defined something known as “the Pareto Principle.” This is the idea that 80% of consequences result from 20% of causes. While this is more observation and less scientific fact, we can see evidence of the Pareto Principle all around us. Healthcare is a great example. Health data …

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Everyone is Talking, but No One is Listening… The Challenge of AI in Healthcare Innovation

In 2017, the United States spent $3.5 trillion, 18% of our GDP, on healthcare expenditures. That comes out to almost $10,000 per person, which is twice the spending of other developed countries.  And yet our healthcare falls short on a global scale. In fact, some lists rate the United States healthcare system as the 37th …

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