Using data mining to deal with diabetes

Kaplan, Edward A.; E. B. N.
February 2008
Employee Benefit News;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p27
The article discusses the use of data mining in the management of diabetes among employees. It cites three factors that employers should consider in relation to employee health promotion. It explains the concept of data mining, along with its application in medical care. It also highlights the benefits of data mining to medical data management.


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