Healthcare Big Data & Analytics Conference May 5 2016 in DC, Northern Virginia – by NVTC #bigdataanalytics

by Avatar in KME News April 20, 2016

KME.Digital is pleased to be a sponsor of this inaugural event in the DC and Northern Virginia region, the nation’s #bigdatacapital!

The Greater Washington DC Region, particularly Northern Virginia, is the nation’s defacto Analytics & Big Data Capital (#bigdatacapital), home to a fast-growing number of firms and agencies that create, analyze and use big data to provide value to their clients, partners and constituents. This is driven in part due to a vastly increased access to and supply of both historical and current or “real time” data getting generated and exposed by both the Federal Government and local healthcare/pharma industries – getting consumed by thousands of data subject matter experts and analysts, public and private, across all industries.

At the same time, rapid advancements and democratization of #bigdata & #analytics software, cloud platforms and “Internet of Things” (IoT) infrastructure is driving cost-effective exposure, collection and storage of data in any format, accessible via open standards. Unique to the region, the world’s largest population and density of advanced data centers (in Northern Virginia) is a key stakeholder in addressing the exploding volume and secure performance requirements of this big data community.

Here at KME.Digital, we’re very active in promoting our local digital technology industries and academic communities, as part of an overall economic development initiative in Virginia – an initiative that helps the growth and success of all local businesses.

Read more about this topic and the upcoming NVTC Healthcare Informatics & Analytics Conference in Northern Virginia.

Join #NVTCbigdata – the NVTC Big Data and Analytics Committee for this event – the Healthcare Informatics & Analytics Conference in Northern Virginia/DC, in partnership with a variety of regional sponsors large and small, including the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, the Inova Center for Personalized Health, General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), Oracle Health Sciences and KME.Digital.

Register Here for the May 5th 2016 Healthcare & Informatics Conference, Hosted by INOVA and NVTC Big Data & Analytics.