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Everyone is talking about using analytics to improve healthcare, collecting data on blood pressure, insulin levels, heart rate and other indicators. However, health plan CareSource not only is analyzing that traditional medical data but is using analytics to draw a more complete picture of a patient and the life factors -- lifestyle, home life, and work -- that shape their health. The goal is to prevent recurrence of medical issues and readmission to the hospital.
Bob Gladden, vice president for CareSource's Center for Analytics, and his team are taking creative approaches to healthcare analytics in an effort to keep their clients healthier in the long run. Gladden joins All Analytics Radio to discuss how organizations can use analytics to search for healthcare solutions that range beyond what we have grown to view as standard health data.
In this show you will learn:
About the impact that unnecessary recurrence and readmission have on patients, providers, insurers, and the public
How providers and insurers can utilize data analytics to have a positive impact on patient lives while delivering efficiencies throughout the healthcare system
What types of life factors have a significant impact on patient health and how data can identify possible solutions
About the unexpected role that healthcare analytics can have in shaping public policy, particularly for those patients most in need
Your data analytics project isn't complete until you package the results in a way that truly helps your client in the business unit make decisions and take action based on your work. That means that analysts not only need to know what the data means but how the recipient of a report can best view and the understand information.
Options for data visualization seem to be growing almost by the day. New technologies and techniques can turn flat, number-intensive reports into bright, colorful 3D interactive graphics. Your approach to delivering results to decision makers will depend on the data and your client's needs. You can help your data tell its story.
Join All Analytics Radio when A2 blogger and Zencos SAS consultant Tricia Aanderud outlines best practices and recent developments in data visualization on Monday, June 22, at 2 pm (EDT). Your presentation options range from an emailed spreadsheet to in-person presentations and dashboards that will serve the business for years to come.
In this interactive session you will learn:
Why you need to consider your visualization and presentation options early in the project lifecycle.
How you can find the right presentation approach for your client.
About some of the new visualization techniques and technologies available to analytics professionals.
Rapping with Charles Handler from Rocket Hire about Big Data used in selection and screening.
Everyone meet Charles, Charles meet everyone:
As a technologist, futurist, business advisor, and selection systems scientist he has spent over 20 years helping organizations across the globe to realize quantifiable value through their processes for selecting and developing human capital.
Charles has helped design hundreds of selection systems putting through 10's of millions of jobseekers. He knows how to architect a hiring system.
The value in the Internet of Things will be reflected in business applications that drive new revenue or bring operational efficiencies. It will be up to the analytics team, working closely with business unit leaders and application developers, to turn device data into alert systems for corporate equipment, to identify customer trends, and to build efficiency into inventory and supply systems. Learn about:
Adapting data mining techniques for the new volumes and types of data coming from devices
How enterprises are applying predictive analytics to IoT data
Where IoT data can enhance existing applications
How other companies are keeping their focus on putting data to work, not letting it gather dust
Kevin Lucia's new Through a Mirror, Darkly is a Supernatural Thriller collection masked as a novel. With elements of mystery, suspense, and otherworldly horror, Through a Mirror, Darkly successfully delves into the worlds of Lovecraft, Grant, and the mysterious Carcosa.
Lucia is a Submissions Reader for Cemetery Dance Magazine and his podcast "Horror 101" is featured monthly on Tales to Terrify. His short fiction has appeared in several anthologies. He’s currently finishing his Creative Writing Masters Degree at Binghamton University, he teaches high school English and lives in Castle Creek, New York with his wife and children.
German DJProducer and owner of netlabel MobiusSpin, 3dtorus explores, creates and communicates new worlds via electronic musicAt 15 he was DJing Drum´n´Bass, organized parties and DJing in deserted military facilities.
David Bernstein is Vice President - Data Analytics Division, eQuest.
He leads eQuest's new Big Data/Predictive Analytics Division. Responsible for developing the consulting services and custom business solutions based on eQuest's Big Data capabilities. The solutions include a focus on yielding critical insights for HR departments that drive Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning strategies.
An innovative senior HR leader with a proven track record of success in creating Global HR Technology and Operations strategies. Adept at then designing and implementing technology solutions and business processes that create high value. Highly effective in creating strategic HR capabilities through my strong experience at the intersection of people, processes, and technology coupled with my deep understanding of the business process requirements of all the HR disciplines.
Particularly skilled at examining dynamic environments and developing and implementing action plans that support the business needs. Reputation for delivering World-Class HR Technology solutions and processes, designing, and facilitating the execution plan, and leading the Change Management process to enable rapid return on the investment.
• Partnered with and influenced senior management as well as employees at all levels.
• Successfully managed/brokered the relationships between third party partners, service suppliers and Human Resources Management
• Sought out to advise/consult on the use of HCM and Reporting technologies that create strategic capability and support efficient, cost effective HR Operations and Shared Services
HR Happy Hour 216 - Keeping HR Data Secure
Recorded Friday June 19, 2015
Hosts: Trish McFarlane, Steve Boese
Guest : Roland Cloutier, VP, Chief Security Officer, ADP
This week on the show, Steve and Trish were joined by ADP's Chief Security Officer, Roland Cloutier, for a fascinating discussion on organizational and employee data security.Roland discussed the primary issues and concerns that HR and business leaders have with data security, the best ways for HR leaders to engage with their solution providers and their internal teams when navigating issues of data security, and offered insights on how to continue to secure critical employee information in an environment of multiple systems, platforms, and data integrations.
This was an extremely lively and fun show, (don't let the dry-sounding topic fool you), about an important and timely issue facing all HR and business leaders today - keeping your employee and organizational data secure in an environment where threats to that data's security and integrity are just about everywhere.
Thanks to Roland and the team at ADP for making this important topic understandable, relatable, and yes, even kind of fun. Every HR leader's job is employee data security, and as such, you don't want to miss this discussion.
Jason never disappoints, great convo coming about engagement and being a Best Place to Work.
Everyone meet Jason, Jason meet everyone.
Jason: Even when I was in grade school, I recognized when processes were broken. But, rather than complain about them, my instinct was to find or create a better way. I solved the problem. I facilitated progress. I never outgrew this.
As my career unfolded, it became clear to me that the experience of “work” wasn’t a good one for far too many people. And so it has become my calling to make work better. I believe that work can and should be an awesome experience (It happens, I’ve seen it.). I believe that people want to do great work. I also believe that leaders want their people to be successful. The challenge seems to be that we are stuck in outdated mindsets and beliefs about “work” that get in our way. My mission is to fix that.
Don't wait until the data starts to flow before you figure out how you are going to store, organize, analyze, and find value in data. We will discuss how your planning for an IoT initiative can help you identify what data you need -- and what you don't need -- from networked devices and how you can avoid drowning in data while you gain insight about your operations and your customers. You also will learn about the security risks and best practices relating to protecting new types of internal operational data and information derived from customer devices and activity. Learn about:
How to do a data triage
About fitting new device data types into your data architecture and formats
About best practices in securing data, whether internal or customer information
How other companies are handling archival device data
in Self Help
It's hard to schedule vacation time. It's challenging to plan what you'll do while on your vacation. And it's almost impossible to really take the vacation!
But when was the last time you actually took the vacation and weren't checking your electronic gadgets every few minutes?
In this episode, Productivity Coach, Janice Russell, will teach you the five steps to help you plan for a partially electronic-less vacation. Yes, this really can be done!
Imagine how wonderful, refreshing, and relaxing it would be to have a vacation during which you could have fun and not be tethered to your electronics!
in Pop Culture
Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Electric Pop Singer Jayne Ava to the Show.
Jayne Ava’s eclectic sound can be described as soulful, electronic pop fueled by a large range of emotions. Raised by music loving parents, she has always been in awe of artists on a broad spectrum ranging from Patti LaBelle to Prince to Queen, and Cheap Trick. She also cites Gwen Stefani, Pink, The Scissor Sisters, The Spice Girls, Alanis Morissette, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Gossip as immense musical influences. It was these impeccable musical talents who made her realize that music had to be her future.
Jayne Ava was given the opportunity to work with esteemed producer, Prince Saheb, on her upcoming EP, March. Saheb has been taking the music industry by storm since working with influential artists such as, Lil Kim, Jay Sean, Rick Ross, Ray J and Brandy to name a few. March is set for release later this fall.
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