Every year, the analyst firm Gartner publishes between 90 and 100 "Hype Cycles" with insight on about 1,900 different technologies.
Stephen Dale's insight:
According to Gartner, Big Data has about 2-5 years before reaching it’s ”Plateau of Productivity.” That’s the enviable point at which a technology finally delivers predictable value. The promise of Big Data, of course, is a treasure trove of high value across many industries – including healthcare. Everything from predictive and prescriptive analytics to population health, disease management, drug discovery and personalized medicine (delivered with much greater precision and higher efficacy) to name but a few.
Big Data is clearly where all the excitement and headlines are, but it’s the little data that is likely to have the most effect on our individual healthcare. That is at least until Big Data gets well beyond its “peak of inflated expectations” and closer to its “plateau of productivity.” The question then is – which vendors are likely to be around in 2-to-5 years?
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