Undoubtedly, big data analytics has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry but it also comes with its own unique challenges. The industry is still coping with collecting large amounts of data, converting them into electronic health records (EHR) and deducing meaningful insights from them. Integrating these data-driven insights into operational procedures can help healthcare organizations reap great many benefits. Advantages of big data analytics include higher patient and staff satisfaction rates, lower costs, healthier patients and many more. However, achieving this isn’t as easy as it sounds. Big data analytics is a complex process that requires collection, sorting, analyzing and presentation of data and all of this must be in compliance with the regulations. Let’s have a look at the top challenges which the healthcare organizations face while implementing an effective big data analytics program.