WW Director of Marketing Big Data, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IBM
The transformation of healthcare will be data-driven. Yet, healthcare organizations are struggling with data coming in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and speeds. How are these organizations harnessing big data to provide more patient-centric, evidence-based, accountable care? In this talk, we'll go over three exciting uses of big data in healthcare, and how predictive analytics will play a big role in the future of healthcare.
"Charlie Schick is Director of Marketing, at IBM, driving global messaging, content, and go-to-market activities for IBM’s Big Data Healthcare and Life Sciences solutions. Prior to that he worked at Children’s Hospital Boston, and at Nokia, in Finland. During his career he has designed and launched web and mobile products; provided Internet, Social Media, and editorial strategy consulting; written numerous articles for online and print publications; published several biomedical research papers in leading journals; and co-authored a book on advanced phone systems. He has a graduate degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
More about Charlie in How IBM’s Big Data Guy Found a Career in Chaos, Fast Company (04 Apr 2012), as part of the Generation Flux series."