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July 26, 2016
The open patient movement
Patient advocacy groups lead efforts to make health data flow.
In 2014, Steven Keating, a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), was diagnosed with a baseball-sized brain tumor. Besides having to go through surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, the experience gave Keating a close-up view of the dysfunctional nature of the U.S. healthcare data ecosystem and led him to become an advocate for open health data.
Basis Technology Enables Multilingual Text Analytics for SearchBlox Customers
On-premise enterprise search solution integrates Rosette entity extraction in 18 languages
Microsoft Previews New Business Video Service Called "Stream"
Provides secure destination to manage and share videos for businesses of all sizes
OpenText Finalizes Acquisition of Recommind
The deal will give customers analytics tools for e-discovery, investigations, contract analysis, and information governance
KM In Practice
Pethealth process time gets a boost from BPM
Company expects to reduce its process time by 150 percent with the BPM solution.