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This session will describe the use of Hadoop and HBase for handling very large repositories of data in the HealthCare arena. Explorys, founded in 2009 in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic, is one ...

This session will describe the use of Hadoop and HBase for handling very large repositories of data in the HealthCare arena. Explorys, founded in 2009 in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic, is one of the largest clinical repositories in the United States with 10 million lives under contract. The Explorys healthcare platform, based upon a massively parallel computing model centered around Hadoop and HBase and spanning billions of anonymized clinical records, enables subscribers to search and analyze patient populations, treatment protocols, and clinical outcomes, and provides a uniquely powerful and HIPAA compliant solution for accelerating lifesaving discovery.

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  • STEVE and CHARLIE Both do quick intro ourselves (if not introduced by the moderator)
  • STEVE
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  • STEVELet’s talk about the challenges in healthcare…The path we are on is unsustainable
  • STEVEAnd our problems are just getting supersized, I mean literallyOur aging population combined with the growing epidemic of obesity in the US it just going to make our challenges greaterWith all but one state in the US having a 20% or more of it’s population obese, this is a problem that not only local and federal governments need to address, it also has a major impact our ability to control our deficit.This is a real problem that can be partially addressed more effective weigh management being driven by healthcare professionals.
  • STEVECompetitively, we’re practically off the charts; in a bad way. At nearly double the comparative GDP spend of our global competitors, it’s little wonder why our industries struggle to compete on cost.
  • STEVE- Case in point, Warren Buffett’s recent statements about our healthcare expense deficit…
  • STEVEAn it just keeps getting bigger. We need to get our ass back on the ground.
  • STEVEWe’ve gone from from simple fields, to unstructured notes, to videos, and soon genomicsIt’s a proliferation of data beyond what most IT vendors has planned for or enterprise IT groups are capable of responding to on their own.
  • CHARLIE
  • CHARLIEIf you’ve spent anytime in store lately, you know the length retailers have gone to understand customer behaviors, product positioning, and performance across venue of service, service line, and consumer profile.
  • CHARLIEAnd some would say that the healthcare industry could learn from how aviation leverages data-driven processes. Describe the paper by Lewis, et al…
  • STEVE (although ironic coming from him)
  • STEVE
  • CHARLIE
  • STEVE (although ironic coming from him)
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  • STEVE and CHARLIE Both do quick intro ourselves (if not introduced by the moderator)

Hadoop World 2011: From Big Data to Lives Saved: HBase in HeathCare - Doug Meil & Charlie Lougheed - Explorys Presentation Transcript

  • 1. From BIG Data to Lives Saved Hadoop & HBase in Healthcare Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reservedpage 1 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 2. Charlie Lougheed Doug Meil Cofounder, President & CTO Cofounder, Chief Software Architect Email: charlie@explorys.com HBase Committer Email: doug@explorys.compage 2 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 3. How does BIG Data save a life?page 3 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 4. page 4 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 5. Population Intelligence Seeing the patterns and acting upon thempage 5 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 6. The State of Healthcare in the U.S.page 6 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 7. Things could be  17.6% of GDP ($8,086) per person in ’09 better…  19.3% of GDP expected by 2019  Approximately 5% or $700B per year goes to tests and procedures that do not improve health outcomes -- Congressional Budget Office  Medicare spending grew 7.9% to $502.3 billion in 2009  United States life expectancy is 42nd in the world.Source: CMS NHE Fact Sheet 2009page 7 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 8. page 8 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 9. Data Source [1] (OECD Health Data 2009). Health care cost rise based on total expenditure on health as % of GDP.page 9 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 10. “…that kind of a cost, compared with the rest of the world, is like a tapeworm eating at our economic body.” – Warren Buffett, March 2010page 10 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 11. Data Overloadpage 11 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 12. The Data Curve Healthcare is not on a path to keep up.page 12 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 13. Lessons from the Outsidepage 13 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 14. page 14 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 15. page 15 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 16. Size Matters Statistical Relevance in Healthcare Is Everythingpage 16 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 17. Type II diabetics & occurrence of MI & Treatment X…page 17 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 18. We need a little revolution to get some evolution.page 18 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 19. Private Cloud Computing That meets the unique demand of Healthcare 30,000,000,000+ clinical, operational, and financial BIG DATA data facts, across 10 million patients and 10+ years of data aggregated | encrypted | curated | HIPAA compliant | efficientpage 19 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 20. About Explorys Formed in 2009 Developed in conjunction with Cleveland Clinic Formed by leaders in BIG DATA, security, and healthcarepage 20 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 21. Private Cloud Computing That meets the unique demand of Healthcare 30,000,000,000+ clinical, operational, and financial data facts, across 10 million patients and 10+ years of data aggregated | encrypted | curated | HIPAA compliant | efficientpage 21 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 22. Private Cloud Computing 7 Integrated Delivery Networks, 70+ Hospitals aggregated | encrypted | curated | HIPAA compliant | efficientpage 22 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 23. Enterprise Performance Management Explore For Healthcare Index Collect, aggregate, curate, and map all pertinent clinical, operational, resources, financial, and contractual data. Index Explore Population, providers, treatments, and outcomes in real-time. Engage Measure Measure Processes, treatments, outcomes, and financial results between providers, departments, and locations. Engage On holistic information to direct care and in a value- based model.page 23 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 24. How?page 24 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 25. “In pioneer days they used oxen for heavy pulling, and when one ox couldnt budge a log, X they didnt try to grow a larger ox. elephant “We shouldnt be trying for bigger computers, but for more systems of computers.” Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, Inventor of COBOL Compilerpage 25 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 26. The Explorys Platform Specialized cloud computing platform for healthcare and life sciences A B C Apps Databases Indexes Explorys & On-demand data High speed access to 3rd Party marts, cubes, and standardized data registries Explorys DataGrid Always On | Curated | Privacy Protected | Open Support for 3rd Party Apps & Martspage 26 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 27. So How Did We Get Here? In 2009, we knew we were going to need to collect a lot of data We needed to address both the storage and the processing challenges.page 27 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 28. A few stumbles along the way GC of Death Lack of documented best practices when we started (in 2009)page 28 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 29. Works for uspage 29 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 30. BIG Data in Action…page 30 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 31. Questions?page 31 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved
  • 32. Thank You! Charlie Lougheed Doug Meil Cofounder, President & CTO Cofounder, Chief Software Architect Email: charlie@explorys.com HBase Committer Email: doug@explorys.com and we’re hiring!page 32 | Copyright 2010-2011, Explorys, Inc., All Rights Reserved