Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt has a plan to save healthcare with data

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Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, outlined his vision for the future of healthcare recently on the podcast “Theory and Practice” which focuses on the intersection of biology and computer science. Schmidt believes accessing larger amounts of data will lead to better healthcare outcomes.More electronic health and medical records (EHR/EMR) will be stored on the cloud which will improve access to large amounts of data and will also be able to support the vast quantity of data the healthcare industry produces, he said.Schmidt said this will allow for more “deep data science” to perform predictive analytics to inform doctors on decision making for patients. With increased data sharing, the healthcare industry will be less disjointed and more efficient. “What’s nice about healthcare is that improvements in efficiency are also aligned with
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