- 2nd January 2017
The latest Big Data report of the European Commission, entitled “Study on Big Data in Public Health, Telemedicine and Healthcare", refers to AEGLE project as one example of the use of Big Data in Health
The study aims to identify applicable examples of the use of Big Data in Health and develop recommendations for their implementation in the European Union.
In particular, the study mentions the user-friendly interfaces and visualization tools provided by AEGLE that aims to support data scientist and doctors to analyse data in terms of pattern recognition of the severity and the countermeasures for patient’s condition by the implemented visualization tools.
Furthermore, the study also refers AEGLE as an example benefitting from common standards, covering the complete healthcare data value chain ranging from storage of large volume of data to Big Data analytics, cloud computing and the provision of integrated care services with the aim to advance transnational medicine in ten EU Member States.
Access to the full study HERE