Data mining in health care is in its infancy, but it is a natural outgrowth of the EHR systems beginning to proliferate in the sector. Hospitals and group practices are mining data for many purposes, including identification of at-risk patients, trends in service line utilization, and improvement opportunities in the revenue cycle.


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Unlike some other major industries, health care incorporates geospatial data only sparingly. But that could change quickly with population health a priority.

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