January 11, 2017

Medicaid’s Data Gets an Internet-Era Makeover

10NUNA1-master768-1.jpgSan Francisco start-up Nuna has built a cloud-computing database of the nation’s 74 million Medicaid patients and their treatment. Health data on its own — billing, diagnostic and treatment information, typically recorded in arcane, shorthand codes — is not very useful. But if it can be aggregated and analyzed economically and quickly, that data is seen as a vital ingredient in transforming health care.

Data, analytics and the system-wide view

Topics: Big Data, Analytics