Do you have a bookworm or someone who loves to learn on your gift list? Perhaps someone interested in how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are breaking the traditional barriers in healthcare? Or, maybe you want to grab a hot cup of cocoa and a book on how AI is impacting healthcare to busy your mind on a cold winter day.
There is an abundance of information in the healthcare world, especially with new databases emerging such as those created through patient claims, electronic health records (EHRs), social media, and new customer engagement channels. Note that electronic medical records (EMRs) generally captures a patient’s specific interactions with specific healthcare activities that result in billing. EHR data is a longitudinal aggregation of patients' EMR data over time.