Big Data and artificial intelligence are likely to have the greatest impacts on how health care is delivered next year, according to a Silicon Valley Bank survey of 122 founders, executives and investors in health-tech companies. Forty-six percent of respondents went with Big Data; 35% said artificial intelligence.
Piraye Yurttas Beim, is CEO at Celmatix, a fertility enhancement company. “Big data has been integral to our work at Celmatix,” Beim said. “It has empowered physicians to be able to counsel women about their chances of having a baby, based on their relevant personal metrics, and not just their age. It’s an exciting time to be in a field where the pace of innovation continues to increase as both physicians and patients realize the potential of big data and personalized medicine.”
Source: Silicon Valley Bank