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Data Mining Techniques of Pharamacovigilance

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 11, 2016 5:22:04 AM

The initial data that is collected by the health care industry is unstructured. Data is provided to clinics, doctors, administrators, stake holders, laboratories, marketers, and many other sectors related to the healthcare industry. This data when collected is unrefined and needs to be sorted to be able to provide it in right chunk to relevant sectors. Data of patient’s reports, diagnosis, and other information is critical to health care professionals. The uncluttered data is sorted using technology to get a comprehensive documentation on ever type of report.

Convert Uncluttered Data into Relevant Data

Modern technologies allow large amounts of this data to sort into relevant data before they are used by the relevant health care departments. This helps all the health care institutions provide accurate data that is used for a long term analysis. This also provides easy access to the records of the patients. Researches mine this data to find out the best solution for any specific diseases. This helps reduce the overall cost.

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Business Analysts in Health Care

They require this data to get a know-how of the norms and procedures used in every healthcare department. They also analyze the data, tools, techniques, and equipments used by various healthcare departments. It also involves the scope of legal, forensics, social, and economics effect of the analyzed data. A business analyst of healthcare department needs to have sound technical knowledge of the software used to analyze this data. Informed decisions are made based on the documentation and results of this analysis.

Conclusion

E-systems are used to collect data electronically. These systems remove the barriers between health care and information technology and provide a bridge between the both to work effectively. GIS, data mining, and data warehousing technologies are used for gathering healthcare information electronically. Virtual healthcare systems are implemented to gather data. 

Topics: Drug Safety, Pharmacovigilance