WEBINAR

Essential Big Data Strategies for Healthcare

The Affordable Care Act is driving fundamental changes in healthcare providers’ operating models. Transitioning from fee-for-service to pay-for-performance means that providers are now more than ever incentivized to reduce hospital readmissions, increase patient satisfaction scores, and deliver value-based care.

The fuel that powers these objectives is data. However, extracting the necessary clinical, operational, and patient data has proved to be a significant hurdle to cross for most providers.

Altiscale, along with our solutions partner, Innovaccer, will explore

How analytic microservices provide rapid solutions to common healthcare problems

How Big Data-as-a-service alleviates operational burdens

How to get up and running with Big Data in less than 30 days

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Kevin Long, Head of Product
Altiscale

Kevin is Head of Product Marketing at Altiscale, the leading provider of Big Data-as-a-service. In his role, Kevin works with Altiscale's product team and partners to help enterprises realize the value of solutions built on a fully managed Big Data platform. Prior to Altiscale, Kevin’s Big Data experience includes product management and marketing positions at Cray, VMware, and MarkLogic. Kevin holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and BS and MS degrees from Stanford University.

Suhas Ghante, VP Business Development & Strategic Partnerships
Innovaccer

Suhas is responsible for growing Innovaccer's business lines as well as forming alliances with organizations and technology providers. Suhas comes from a diverse background in software engineering, technology, analytics, and strategy consulting. He focuses on applying data-driven business strategy as a means to accelerate innovation across industries and has worked with governmental bodies, non-profits, and cross-sector corporate enterprises. Prior to Innovaccer, Suhas held roles at multiple consulting firms, as well as with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. Suhas received a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland.