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Patient monitoring is the observation of a disease, medical condition, and other vital parameters and of a patient over a period of time. It is usually performed by continually measuring certain medical parameters with the use of a device called as medical monitor and also performing medical tests like blood tests and urine tests. A medical monitor usually consists of one or more sensors, processing components, display devices and communication links for displaying or recording the results through a monitoring network.

The development of new techniques is a highly  sophisticated and growing field in smart medicine, predictive medicine, integrative medicine, alternative medicine, preventive medicine that emphasizes on patient monitoring of comprehensive medical data of patients. Patient monitoring is highly essential as it has the ability to keep the condition of a patient’s health in check without letting any disease or ailment to further complicate. Without patients being monitored, the risk of the patient’s condition worsening or even death increases rapidly.

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With the increasing need for business data analytics, healthcare payers must plan and implement solutions that make secondary use/re-use of data which is already available in various applications. This whitepaper to get an overview of the different sources of data, that payer systems can consider, advancements in bigdata, the challenges encountered, opportunities presented and listing of...

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