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NATIONAL | PNN | Stanford’s Inaugural Health Trends Report Looks at Big Data’s Impact on All Stages of Medicine

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  • Jun 26, 2017

Stanford Medicine released its inaugural Health Trends Report last week, a comprehensive review and analysis of existing healthcare research and open-source data, combined with insights from Stanford faculty and external healthcare experts, on the current and emerging trends facing the healthcare sector. The report, which will be published annually, found the promise and challenge of big data to be the most important forces driving change and improvements across healthcare.

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