Data for the public good March 23, 2012
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Through sharing data and knowledge, and then creating a system to convert ideas into practice, clinicians in the ImproveCareNow network were able to improve the remission rate for Crohn's disease from 49% to 67% without the introduction of new drugs.
Impressive stuff - would like to know who else is seeing results like this!
This article is well worth a read to get an idea of what has already been achieved with open/public data.