Many drugs are approved after limited clinical trials, and it’s only after they’re on the market—sometimes quite awhile after--that problems surface.
Early warning on those problems is possible with relatively simple data-mining techniques similar to what Google uses, according to Nigam Shah, assistant professor of biomedical informatics at Stanford University, who will be presenting a study at HIMSS demonstrating the impact that big data analytics can have on drug surveillance.
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