Clinical Data Management in the Era of Big Data: Challenges and Opportunities


Walter Hesse

Clinical data management has always been a critical component of healthcare and medical research. It involves the collection, validation, storage, and analysis of data related to patients, clinical trials, and medical studies. However, in recent years, the advent of big data has transformed the landscape of clinical data management. This article explores the challenges and opportunities presented by big data in the realm of clinical data management, highlighting the implications for healthcare providers, researchers, and the industry as a whole. Big data has become a buzzword in nearly every industry, and healthcare is no exception. The healthcare sector generates massive volumes of data daily, including patient records, test results, treatment plans, and research findings. Managing and harnessing this data effectively can lead to significant advancements in medical research, patient care, and public health. However, it also poses several challenges that need to be addressed.

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