Join us for our webinar about Trends in Data and Analytics Strategy. We’ll join our client, ExactCare Pharmacy, to discuss best practices for data analytics.
Interested in learning how data can transform your business? Join us on May 20, 2020 at 11 a.m. EDT for an engaging session where we will discuss trends in data analytics strategy.
No matter your company’s industry, product, or service, it generates a lot of data. But it’s not information– not until you have organized, structured or put into context when it is, then, useful and actionable.
Successfully leveraging data to make effective, strategic business decisions requires a thoughtful approach. You need to address a variety of issues in the planning stages, as well as in the deployment and maintenance stages.
Among the critical questions are:
- How can we increase report and decision velocity?
- How can we enable business leaders to visualize data without waiting on IT?
- What are the modern, best practices for data analytics?
- Why does “data governance” take so long, and how can it be easier and faster?
In this session, attendees will hear insights from the unique vantage points of advisor and practitioner. Centric Data Analytics leaders will offer their experiences, and one of our clients, ExactCare Pharmacy, will join to share their story.
About Our Panel
Tim Hoolihan is the Practice Lead for Data and Analytics for the Centric Cleveland Office. Tim works with Centric clients to solve business problems with a focus on data strategy, organization, visualization, machine learning, statistics, and artificial intelligence. Tim is the organizer of the Cleveland R User Group, has created a set of video courses for Machine Learning in R (available on Packt Publishing), and has given talks on R, Python, and Machine Learning at Codemash, Stir Trek, and other conferences and user groups.
Jeff Kanel is National Practice Lead for Centric’s Data and Analytics services.
Throughout his career, Jeff has helped companies manage their data strategies to ensure high trust in their data. His work has helped companies have crucial conversations on business strategies to support or expand on those strategies or pivot and re-set their plans.
Jeff has advised organizations to achieve trusted data by establishing a sustainable, modern, enterprise analytics capability. While technologies such as cloud, data warehouses, big data, and data science are often applicable, governance, business process improvement, and organizational change are critical to a successful analytics program.
Kurt Geiger is VP of Information Technology at ExactCare Pharmacy. With nearly 20 years in health care information technology (IT), Kurt is accountable for planning the future of ExactCare’s IT, as well as overseeing the continued implementation and maintenance efforts for current systems. His strategic leadership in areas like operational improvements and back-end capabilities make significant and meaningful contributions to ExactCare’s commitment to putting patients first by continuously optimizing the patient experience.