With the healthcare price tag rising to $10,000 or more a year per person, employers and healthcare providers looking to lower costs and help employees manage their health are turning to big data and analytics to better handle surging costs.

“By 2020, healthcare data will be doubling every 73 days,” Deborah DiSanzo, general manager of IBM Watson Health said. “Do you think you can keep up with any data if it was doubling every 73 days?”

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