When health care centers have to manage thousands of patients each with thousands of data points, the struggle to find the solution in the data stack can be overwhelming.
Now a new graphic narrative series reveals how one of the most well-known cancer research facilities worked with the SAP HANA product to help them better analyze its medical information and diagnose effectively.
The Art of the Possible series, a partnership between SAP and B2B News Network, debuts with Part 1 of the story of Dr. Thomas Diebold and Dr. Joanne Karlsson searching for better treatment options at the National Center for Tumor Diseases.
Part 2 will be published next week.
A B2BNN Creative Sponsored Content project
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