Available on Demand | November 18, 2021 | 1 CPE

There are so many changes rippling through the healthcare sector, it is easy to forget that the point of introducing innovative new technologies is to provide better outcomes for patients.

Digital transformation can enable healthcare providers and researchers to make better-informed decisions on everything from what factors contribute to cancer to treating and preventing the spread of emerging novel diseases such as COVID-19. Programs such as the National Syndromic Surveillance Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention use data and analytics to provide an early warning system for public health officials about health risks as varied as suicide, opioid overdoses, influenza, and natural disasters.

Featured Speakers:

 Jonas Almeida, Acting Chief Data Officer, National Cancer Institute, Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics
 Dr. Jonas Almeida
Acting Chief Data Officer,
National Cancer Institute, Division of
Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics
Mamatha Pancholi, Chief Data Officer, Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality
Mamatha Pancholi
Chief Data Officer,
Agency for Healthcare
Research & Quality, HHS
Dr. Partha Bhattacharyya, Chief Data Officer, Office of Data Resources & Analytics, National Institute on Aging
Dr. Partha Bhattacharyya
Chief Data Officer,
Office of Data Resources & Analytics,
National Institute on Aging
Dr. Alan Sim, CDO, CDC
Dr. Alan Sim
Chief Data Officer,
Centers for Disease Control
Byron Caswell, Vice President of Strategic Consulting, ICF
Byron Caswell
VP of Strategic Consulting,
ICF
John Breeden (Moderator) Contributing Editor, FedInsider
John Breeden (moderator)
Contributing Editor,
FedInsider
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