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by Max Shapiro | Published April 26, 2019
Summmit Health, a fictional healthcare and insurance company, has a Node.js-based analytics web application for a health records system. The web application is designed to showcase the best in class integration of modern cloud technology in collaboration with legacy mainframe code.
Summit Health’s premise is that it has been around for a long time and has several hundreds of thousands in patient records on an SQL database connected to a z/OS mainframe. Summit Health’s records look very similar to the health records of most insurance companies that exist today.
Summit Health has recently started to understand how data science and analytics on some of the patient records might surface interesting insights. Summit Health has also heard a lot about cloud computing and would like to implement app modernization. There is a lot of legacy code in the mainframe and it works well for now, but Summit Health thinks it may be a timely opportunity to explore some data science and analytics in the cloud.
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