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Review paper on Big Data in healthcare informatics

  title={Review paper on Big Data in healthcare informatics},
  author={Harshita Kumar and Nishant Singh},
---------------------------------------------------------------------***--------------------------------------------------------------------Abstract The rapid increase in computational power, the number of internet enabled data generating devices and the falling costs of data storage itself which make data available to everybody for virtually no cost have primarily lead to the emergence of big data. Health Care is one of the major areas where the use of big data analytics has become monumental… 
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