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July 08, 2014
Article focuses on actionable insights to drive business and policy benefits for the health industry
Booz Allen principal Joachim Roski and vice president Tim Andrews have co-authored “Creating Value In Health Care Through Big Data: Opportunities And Policy Implications,” an article that appears in the July issue of Health Affairs, the leading peer-reviewed journal of health policy thought and research. George W. Bo-Linn, a senior advisor at Alvarez & Marsal's Improvement Division also contributed to the piece.
Booz Allen’s collective expertise and experience leveraging big data and advanced analytics to support public and private sector clients serves as a strong foundation for theHealth Affairs piece. The article defines big data and its industry impact, lays out critical opportunities and challenges, and outlines policy changes that would allow organizations to harvest the full value of big data for health care.
To further extend the conversation around the importance of big data and health care, several expert contributors to the July Health Affairs issue will also participate in Using Big Data to Transform Care, a National Press Club event on Wednesday, July 9th at 9:00am (ET). Booz Allen’s Joachim Roski will have the honor of delivering the event overview. Speakers from prominent organizations such as; Yale School of Medicine, Harvard Law School and CMS will lead deeper discussions on session topics including; Using Big Data at the Point of Care, Research Issues, the Role of the Federal Government and Obstacles/Challenges of Using Big Data.
More on the event is here: http://bit.ly/1m9KAoC. Health Affairs will provide live tweets from the briefing on Twitter via @HA_Events. To join the conversation, use the hashtag, #HA_BigData.
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