GCC HIMSS Webinar: Actionable Big Data Analytics in Health & Life Sciences
Leading health & life sciences organizations are addressing a wide variety of business challenges such as reducing 30-day hospital readmissions, improving patient safety, and enhancing drug discovery by harnessing the power of their data with “Big Data” analytics solutions. These solutions enable organizations to assemble and analyze information from different data ‘silos’ such as patient data from the EHR, claims data from payer organizations, and even data outside the traditional healthcare context such as socio-economic and patient generated data in a scalable, cost-effective manner. Importantly, these tools comprehend both structured and unstructured information and help organizations move from retrospective reports to real-time predictive analytics.
In this session, we will discuss the top industry trends and use cases driving demand for advanced analytics, learn about real-world case studies where health & life sciences organizations have deployed advanced big data analytics solutions including the benefits they have derived, and finally, discuss practical steps for adopting these solutions and capabilities within your own organization.
Share the business challenges Healthcare & Life Science professionals are facing today
Trends and use case scenarios where big data is being used today
Communicate the value of utilizing Big Data
A practical approach toward realizing the value of implementing big data in a healthcare environment
Healthcare Strategy & Marketing Industry Manager
Christopher B. Tackett is currently a Healthcare Strategy & Marketing Industry Manager for Intel Corporation. Prior to his current position he held various business and market development positions at Intel, including Healthcare Enterprise Solutions Sales Development Manager and Architecture Manager in the Sales & Marketing Group.
Mr. Tackett also works closely with industry partners and customers to design, develop and publish industry proof points that demonstrate the benefits of healthcare technologies based on standardized architectures.
Mr. Tackett has been with Intel for 19 years and was formerly a Business Development Manager in Intel’s Digital Health Group. Christopher holds a Master's of Business Administration Healthcare Management and Bachelor’s degree in Economics.
Mr. Tackett is a regular blogger for the Intel Healthcare Community and has participated in several Webinars and interviews on related Healthcare IT topics.