Reliability Optimization in Healthcare Warehouses Through Advanced Quality Assurance Techniques


  • Phani Chandra Barla Senseonics Inc.,20451 Seneca Meadows Parkway, Germantown, MD 20876-7005, USA


Big data, Quality Assurance Techniques, Healthcare, Warehouses, Reliability


“Big data” refers to extremely useful and extensive datasets. A lot of people have been paying attention to it over the last 20 years because of the promising future it holds. The goal of many public and private organizations is to improve customer service by the collection, storage, and analysis of massive volumes of data. The healthcare business extensively uses big data from a wide variety of sources, including patient medical records, test results, hospital records, and Internet of Things devices. Additionally, biomedical research generates a substantial quantity of big data that is relevant to public healthcare. Proper management and analysis of this data are prerequisites for extracting actionable insights from it. This is crucial because without it, using big data analysis to solve problems is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. The only way to overcome the many challenges of processing massive data at each phase is to use state-of-the-art computer tools for big data analysis. For this reason, healthcare professionals who wish to propose solutions that can enhance public health must possess the appropriate infrastructure to methodically generate and evaluate large data. When big data is properly managed, analyzed, and understood, it can open up new possibilities for modern healthcare. That is why numerous industries, healthcare included, are putting in a lot of effort to make the most of this chance and transform it into better services and more money. Medical therapy and personalized treatment stand to benefit greatly from the current healthcare industry's increased emphasis on biomedical data integration.


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How to Cite

Phani Chandra Barla. (2024). Reliability Optimization in Healthcare Warehouses Through Advanced Quality Assurance Techniques. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 98(1), 12–23. Retrieved from