This event is part of Mathematics, Statistics, and Innovation in Medical and Health Care View Details

Analytics for Improved Healthcare

Description

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Analytics has the potential to harness the growing availability of data and propel the development of cutting-edge models that improve the quality and efficiency of medical and health care. This workshop will focus on how different sources of healthcare data, including electronic medical records and clinical trial results, can be leveraged to fundamentally change modern organizations by improving not only healthcare operations but also patient outcomes. In addition, topics related to decision making for macro-scale healthcare policies will be discussed.

Organizers

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Dimitris Bertsimas MIT
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Agni Orfanoudakis University of Oxford

Speakers

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D A
Dan Adelman Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
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Oguzhan Alagoz University of Wisconsin, Madison
J B
Jackie Baek MIT
H B
Hamsa Bastani Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
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John Birge Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
J B
Justin Boutilier University of Wisconsin
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Leo Celi MIT
C C
Carri Chan Columbia Business School, Columbia University
T C
Timothy Chan University of Toronto
M C
Martin Copenhaver Harvard Medical School, Harvard University
A L
Andrew Li Carnegie Mellon University
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Elisa Long University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
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Andrew Schaefer Rice University
C S
Cong Shi University of Michigan
H S
Hummy Song Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
B S
Barry Stein Hartford HealthCare

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