Fourth Industrial Revolution

Reduce costs, save lives: how healthcare data can help emerging economies

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Noella Bigirimana
Advisory Board Chair for Youth Combating NTDs, and formally Government Fellow, Rwanda Ministry of Health, World Economic Forum
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The volume of healthcare data produced globally is growing at an exponential rate
Healthcare data is growing exponentially Image: EMC Digital Universe/IDC (2014)
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