Fueled by federal mandates, the emergence of big data, aging populations, and the pervasiveness of chronic diseases, the global healthcare analytics market is expected to reach $20.8 billion by 2020, according to IQ4I Research & Consultancy.

“Few factors such as lack of skilled labor with analytical skills, lack of patient data confidentiality and transparency, functional gap between payers and providers, increase in governmental regulation, and reimbursement issues are hampering the market growth,” concludes the research firm.

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