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Dublin data analytics project to improve healthcare worldwide

Using patient data could help develop new models to improve healthcare

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
13th March, 2016
Anne O’Riordan, senior managing director of Accenture’s life sciences practice Maura Hickey

Data analytics being conducted in Dublin could change the way cardiovascular disease is treated worldwide, according to Anne O’Riordan, senior managing director of Accenture’s life sciences practice.

O’Riordan, who is originally from Bantry but based in Hong Kong, said that using patient data could help develop new models to improve healthcare.

Accenture’s new centre for innovation in Dublin will be home to a project focused specifically on cardiovascular treatment....

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