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Thursday, April 2 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Data Insights: Mining, Modeling, and Visualization

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Data is useless if it fails to inform, which is precisely what data experts are furiously working on: turning raw informatics into meaningful narratives that begin to shift our standards. From the individual to the population level, data is leading both policy and better decision making in the clinical sphere.

Moderators
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Chuck Freedman

Director, Vertical Insights, Mashery
Chuck Freedman is Director of Platform Strategy for Mashery’s Strategy Services team, dedicated to driving platform success for APIs across all industries. His roots in API success include the emergence of modern web APIs in 2005, leading development on Yahoo! Maps platform. Chuck... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for A. J. Loiacono

A. J. Loiacono

Chief Innovation Officer and Co-Founder, Truveris
A.J. Loiacono is a co-founder of Truveris. In his current role as the Chief Innovation Officer, his responsibilities include product development, strategic planning and enterprise partnerships. A.J. is a serial entrepreneur and has fifteen years of experience in the software development... Read More →
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Mark Silverberg

Health Data Solutions Architect, Socrata
Mark is the technical leader behind Socrata's initiatives on behalf of high-profile public sector organizations such as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Centers for Disease Control, and many other clients to help them manage, share, and explain their data more effectively... Read More →
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Dan Unger

Director of Analytics, Health Catalyst
In Dan’s current role he leads a team of BI developers that leverage Health Catalyst's Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) to create and implement applications utilized by healthcare leaders. His team delivers financial applications that present complex healthcare finance data in timely... Read More →


Thursday April 2, 2015 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Ballroom D

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