Care.data and big data will fill 'dangerous gaps' in NHS and futureproof it with genomics, argues Tim Kelsey

Danny Palmer
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National director for patients and information Tim Kelsey believes 2015 will be the year big data goes big in the NHS

Care.data, the NHS's controversial data-harvesting programme, is "starting again" and will enable the health service to close "dangerous" gaps in patient care through the proper harvesting of big data...

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