It isn’t exactly a problem; but it is a thing.
Up at 5AM: The 5AM Solutions Blog
Yesterday, at Health Datapalooza, United States CTO, Todd Park, announced that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) had launched initiatives that make tons of much-requested — but hard to get — health data accessible to the public.
This is the first in a series of blog posts that will dive more deeply into the nuts and bolts of Data Science. Today we will talk a bit about statistics, but we will be talking tools, visualization strategies, and data representation in the context of specific problems.
The future of optimal health and cost effective, efficient care is dependent on the development of personalized medicine. Historically, scientific discovery and delivery of care has been developed from a one dimensional view of patients that assumed all individuals with a disease are the same – a one size fits all diagnosis and treatment regime which, over the past several decades, has failed to produce superior therapies and health outcomes.