PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES OF USING BIG DATA IN HEALTHCARE SECTOR OF BANGLADESH: FOCUS ON THE REFORMATION OF THE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
The health care industry truly has created expansive measures of information, driven by record keeping, consistency and administrative prerequisites, and patient care. Big Data has taken the world by a variable tempest, touching each division from healthcare to promoting in heap distinctive ways, enhancing productivity, adding to process effectiveness, and making a situation where advancements flourish and thrive. The hospitals in Bangladesh which for all intents and purposes sit on the vast amount of data of their patients are yet to devise a strategy in utilizing those data genuinely to give their patients a superior service. Big data analytics in Bangladeshi healthcare sector can be developed into a promising field for providing knowledge from extensive data sets and enhancing the outcome of the results while decreasing expenses. Its potential is great; be that as it may, there remain difficulties to overcome. Therefore, the study of this paper aims to describe the prospects and challenges of big data analytics in Bangladeshi healthcare sector. The study of this paper is based on secondary sources where a qualitative research is conducted to analyse the social and economic issues relating to the Bangladeshi healthcare system using Big data. In sum, this paper gives a broad overview of big data analytics for the healthcare researchers and the practitioners.
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