Five years ago, the healthcare industry was at the forefront of seeing the coming importance of Big Data, but back then, the electronic health record was the source of Big Data.

Now, that has been eclipsed by claims and genomic data, as organizations strive to create learning health systems, said Jason Burke, chief analytics officer at UNC Healthcare, during a session at HDM’s Healthcare Analytics Symposium in Chicago.

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