Problem-Identification One of the major concern … Improving diagnostic accuracy and efficiency. An increased focus on best practices and technology platforms that collect, process and analyze data are critical to today’s health care industry, creating new opportunities for leaders with knowledge in data analytics and health informatics. This contribution is based on a recent whitepaper (http://www.bdva.eu/sites/default/files/Big%20Data%20Technologies%20in%20Healthcare.pdf) provided by the Big Data Value Association (BDVA) (http://www.bdva.eu/), the private counterpart to the EC to implement the BDV PPP (Big Data Value PPP) programme, which focuses on the challenges and impact that (Big) Data Science may have on the entire healthcare chain. Learn. Brief. 1 –3 Ensuring the safety of health … Available at: Savova, G.K., Masanz, J.J., Ogren, P.V., Zheng, J., Sohn, S., Kipper-Schuler, K.C., Chute, C.G. Springer, Cham (2018). 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However, the adoption and usage of Data Science solutions for healthcare still require social capacity, knowledge and higher acceptance. 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