Health Service of the future: Introducing Dell’s Unstructured Data solution
From electronic health records to the practice of precision medicine, technology has fundamentally changed the way we practice patient care.
Advancements in technology have enabled healthcare and life science professionals to leap forward in the way they deliver patient care. From quickly pulling up patient health records to sequencing genomes and digitising pathology slides, technology is driving progress forward.
One of the most powerful components of medical advancement is data, comprising of health records, medical imaging, genome sequences, as well as analytical data being sent from the edge, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and wearables.
Information gathered from data is one of the greatest resources a health institution can hold. The challenge is, the majority of data is being generated outside the data center or cloud, and it is increasing in volume, variety and velocity at an explosive rate. In fact, data workloads are set to treble between 2021 and 2026.