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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Health Care Analysis Using Hadoop

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Prashant Dhotre, Sayali Shimpi, Pooja Suryawanshi, Maya Sanghati



KEYWORDS: Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Big data, data mining, Hadoop.



ABSTRACT: The Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) are the primary sources to study the enhancement of health and medical care. The rapid development in science and medical technology has produced various methods to detect, verify, prevent and treat diseases. This has led to the generation of big health-care data and difficulties in processing and managing data. To capture all the information about a patient and to get a more detailed and complete view for insight into care coordination and management decisions big data technologies can be used. A more detailed and complete picture about patients and populations can be identified along with patients at risk before any health issue arises. Optimal strategies to commercialize treatments and the next generation of health care treatments can be identified and developed by it.



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