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How big data can predict hospital deaths

A man sits on his motorbike in front of Binh Dan state hospital in Ho Chi Minh City April 23, 2007. Vietnam is privatizing businesses ranging from banks to energy and telecoms firms into a booming stock market, but a plan for the first flotation of shares in Binh Dan state hospital is deadlocked. REUTERS/Stringer

A man sits on his motorbike in front of Binh Dan state hospital. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Ziba Kashef
Senior Writer, Editor and Communications Consultant, Yale University Office of Public Affairs and Communications
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