Internet Of Everything Based Big Data Journey For Medical Industry

Piyush Gupta

Research Scholar, Department Of CSE, UIT RGPV Bhopal

Dr Bhupendra Verma

Department of CSE, Director TIT Bhopal

Dr Mahesh Pawar

Associate Professor,Department of IT, UIT RGPV Bhopal

Abstract :

Health is considered as the global challenge for human kind. According to World Health Organization (WHO), constant patient monitoring is said to be the highest standard in hospitals. The developing amount of data in healthcare industry has made predictable the big data techniques adoption in range of enhancing the healthcare delivery quality. Big data plays a significant role in medical industry by governing numerous amount of data, such that the information is maintained and gathered from various platforms. These are possible by performing big data analytics to analyse and capture every information, by resulting patient’s entire history and appropriate information at right time. Therefore, the present study reviews the dimension of big data and significance of IoE (Internet of Everything) in medical field and the application and challenges of big-data in Health care System are also reviewed. The study highlights the IoE based Big-data journey in Medical Industry.

  • Medical Industry
  • Internet of Things
  • Internet of Everything
  • Big data

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