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A 2016 report by the National Institutes of Health estimated that electronic health records in the U.S. will gather 25,000 petabytes of data annually by 2020. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Let’s be honest: terms like “data analytics” tend to make many people’s eyes glaze over. The idea of number-crunching health care data sounds like a good way to improve benefit plans, but it also sounds like a complex subject—and it is.

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