Three new reports on the future of Big Data in healthcare, life sciences, and urban planning (Connected Cities) are available from the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC).
I am pleased to have worked with MassTLC to produce the healthcare and life sciences reports. The reports resulted from a Delphi process that included one-on-one interviews with leading thinkers and practitioners in each field followed by an onsite roundtable meeting. The insights from the academics, researchers, industry leaders, investors, and policymakers are eye-opening and offer a balanced view on the challenges and opportunities involved in applying big data methods and tools to life sciences research and healthcare delivery.
The reports are available for free download from the MassTLC site.
Note also that Gary Gaumer, Health Economist at Simmons School of Management, and I will be giving a talk at TechSandBox in Hopkinton, MA on Monday evening, May 12 on Big Data and Healthcare. I encourage anyone in the metrowest area of Boston to attend!