From 13th to 15th August 2014, the 15th IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration took place in San Francisco, USA. Sabrina Neururer had the chance to present the accepted paper entitled “Towards a Technology Roadmap for Big Data Applications in the Healthcare Domain” to a broad public on the first day of the conference. Very good feedback was received that confirmed the results of the presented study and highlighted the huge impact of Big Data applications on the healthcare domain. Technical challenges, such as semantic annotation, data sharing, data quality, privacy and security, and open R&D questions were discussed. Also non-technical challenges for Big Data Applications, such as user acceptance, were debated intensively.
At September 1st at the 25th European Medical Informatics Conference (MIE 2014), Dr. Sonja Zillner presented "User Needs and Requirements Analysis for Big Data Healthcare Applications" which was received very well . As the realization of the promising opportunities of big data technologies for healthcare relies on the integrated view on heterogeneous health data sources in high quality and the availability of legal frameworks for secure data sharing, an intensive discussion of how to address the mentioned health data management challenges was triggered.
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