How Big Data is Transforming Health Care: Elements of a Successful Big Data Strategy

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Thu Sep 19 at 07:00 pm EDT
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Bob Rogers Big Data Master Class - One Time Only!

Thursday September 19th 2pm PT/5pm ET $25

Description:
In this presentation, Bob Rogers will demonstrate the potential value of Big Data to healthcare organizations with two very timely use cases:

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  • Recorded :
    Thu Sep 19 at 07:00 pm EDT
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    1 Session(s)
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How Big Data is Transforming Health Care: Elements of a Successful Big Data Strategy
120 Minute Session
Thu Sep 19 at 05:00 pm EDT
About Creator
Bob Rogers PhD is Chief Data Scientist at Apixio, whose mission is to use Big Data analytics to organize the world's patient information to improve quality and lower cost in healthcare. Dr. Rogers is responsible for strategic direction and development of the algorithms at the core of Apixio's applications. He is also Apixio's liaison to the medical and academic communities. Dr. Rogers is the founder of Counterpart Consulting, a consulting firm specializing in advanced analytics for hedge fund and medical applications. Prior to Counterpart Consulting, Dr. Rogers was Senior Product Manager at Carl Zeiss Meditec where he was responsible for the complete product lifecycle of the most commonly deployed diagnostic device in ophthalmology.
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