By Monica E. Oss The world generates 7.5 septillion (7,500,000,000,000,000,000,000) gigabytes of data every day but about 90% of that goes “dark”—meaning it is never used. From a more practical perspective, one study showed that organizations do not use 55% of the data they collect (see Companies Collect A Lot of Data, But How Much Do They Actually Use?). And in health care, the problem is worse—it is estimated that 80% of health care data in the United States is locked away in electronic health records and never used. An expensive problem when you consider that more than 1.2 billion clinical documents are produced…
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