Earlier this year, Toby Cosgrove became an executive advisor to the Google Cloud health care team after a long and distinguished tenure at the Cleveland Clinic. He’s taking some of the lessons learned at the latter to help his new employer affect big changes to health care. He explained to CNBC that there was a tremendous opportunity when it comes to storing, accessing and analyzing data. “As you look at health care, we have got a problem and a curse in the fact that we have an explosion in the amount of knowledge there is in health care. For example, there are 5,800 medical journals that are turning out 800,000 articles a year,” Cosgrove told CNBC’s “On the Money” recently.
Read why Dr. Toby Cosgrove thinks that data and machine learning can remove the privacy risks in healthcare on CNBC.