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Join us for Session 3 of the All Analytics A2 Academy, The Results Are In: Presenting Data to Decision Makers. As data continues to grow in size and scope, it is easy to get lost in it. The spreadsheet is no longer the best way to look at most data. As data changes, the way we work with data needs to change as well. Complex data means we need to rely more on computer assistance and on figuring out ways for humans to digest more complicated information. In this episode we will explore:
New methods of displaying data
The value of automating some complex decisions
3D printing as used in data visualization
When to use visualization
How to tell a story with data
Unitus Therapy Intelligence (UnitusTI) is an electronic therapy records management system and curriculum server that allows educators and therapists the ability to:
Create & Customize assessments and curricula
Manage Data Acquisition, Graphs and Reporting
Professionalize your practice
Automate administrative functions, program execution, data analysis and tracking
Standardize staff operations and communications
Communicate instantly with parents and providers
Secure client records and control access to client information
Access pre-defined, ready to run curriculum solutions
Disaster Recovery backups and recovery program at the ready
Global Access increases the reach of your practice to anywhere, day or night
The Internet is the new front door to your practice, Unitus therapy Intelligence makes it easy to start collecting, analyzing and sharing data with your staff and clients today. http://www.mundopato.com/unitusti/
Esther Thane, MTA, AVPT, is the Director of Special Education for Mundo Pato, Inc. and is my guest today to talk about Electronic Medical Records for Therapy Practices.
Joyce and Mike speak with Dr. Joshua Seidman about the concept of "Meaningful Use" in healthcare and how it can be used along with electronic health records (EHR) to improve patient care.
Dr. Seidman is Vice President in charge of Payment and Delivery Reform at Avalere Health. He is also the Immediate Past President of the Society for Participatory Medicine.
Previouslyt, Seidman was the Director of Meaningful Use at the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology within the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. At ONC, Dr. Seidman guided development of resources that helped providers become meaningful users of HIT, and helped to evolve meaningful use practice and policy. During nearly two decades in health care, Seidman has focused on: quality measurement and improvement; the intersection of e-health and health services research; and structuring consumer e-health interventions to support improved health behaviors and informed decision making.
Before that, Seidman was the founding President of the Center for Information Therapy, which advanced the practice and science of delivering tailored information to consumers to help them make better health decisions and lead healthier lives. At the IxCenter, Seidman focused on stimulating innovation, diffusing best practices, and evangelizing for a patient-centered orientation to implementation of HIT applications.
See also e-patients.net and http://participatorymedicine.org
Many people receive all sorts of electronic gadgets as gifts. In today's world, is it possible to avoid technology? We use it to make our coffee ,text messages to friends, microwave food and work on laptops. We're being zapped! Today 84 % of Americans own a cell phone, 89 million of us watch TV beamed in by satellite and we can't sip a cup of coffee at our local cafe without being exposed to Wi-Fi. The very electronic innovations that have changed our lives are also exposing us, in ways big and small, to an unprecedented number of electromagnetic fields. Invisible pollution surrounds us 24/7, interrupting our bodies' natural flow of energy. And for some, that pollution has reached the point of toxicity, causing fatigue, irritability, weakness, and even illness. But we don't have to simply surrender. Ann Louise Gittleman brings forth the latest research into electromagnetic fields to create this groundbreaking guide for every citizen of the wireless age. With the proactive, levelheaded approach that has made her one of our most respected health experts, she not only clarifies the risks but also offers specific, step-by-step information for how anyone can minimize them. From where you place your sofa to when you use your cell phone to what you eat for dinner.
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by Ann Louise Gittleman to discuss her best-selling book, Zapped. Today’s show is sponsored by Austria’s Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview". For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com
As enterprises steadily connect production equipment, transportation networks, environmentals, and other technologies, those organizations will face the challenges of analyzing, digesting, and acting on volumes of new data. No, we won't throw a switch and suddenly have an Internet of Things, but it is something that will evolve in the coming years, and it could pick up its early momentum in the enterprise space.
Now, how are you going to bring all of that data into enterprise applications, and discover benefits?
Steve Sarracino of Activant Capital will join All Analytics Radio at noon (ET) on December 16 to outline some of the opportunities and challenges for the IoT in the enteprise realm. Steve is a founding partner of Activant, and has been deeply involved in funding and advising companies that provide enterprise applications in the vertical and horizontal spaces.
In this session you will learn:
Why the people tasked with collecting the data on the IoT may have the toughest job
What role dashboards play in viewing IoT data
How your organization can navigate the hard road to predictive analytics
How you can someday enable sensor-driven decision making
This week on Franchise Today the focus is on something that seems to be in the news every day - data breaches! With data breaches more than doubling since 2009 to more than 25,000 incidents in 2013 and with 467 of those breaches occurring in the retail sector, franchises have been affected as well. Our guests this week are Tom Epstein, CEO of Franchise Payment Network and Lee Plave, Partner at the law firm, Plave Koch. Both are active IFA members on the Marketing & Technology Committee and are also some of the leading thought-leaders in franchising on today's topic.
About Our Guests
Lee Plave has extensive experience counseling distributors and franchisors, including drafting and negotiating franchise agreements for complex international and domestic transactions and advising clients on all aspects of franchise and distribution law. He also counsels clients on the application of technology to franchise and distribution systems. Lee focuses his attention on matters such as social networking and social media issues, e-commerce, data use and security policies, cybersquatting and domain name disputes, consumer complaint and cybersmear sites, as well as software and hardware licensing. In addition, he represents clients in matters before the Federal Trade Commission.
In addition to his role as CEO of Franchise Payments Network, Tom Epstein continues works with the IFA, serving on Supplier Forum, The Marketing & Technology Committee, FranPac supporter, host of IFA FBN (Franchise Business Network) in Orlando, has been published in all major Franchise Trades as well a sponsor of countless industry events though out the year. FPN works exclusively in the franchise space, utilizing Tom’s extensive knowledge in retail and payment processing to facilitate the unique needs of franchise systems.
This program will be featuring Statistics Resources and Big Data Subject Tracer™. This Internet Annotated Link Dataset Compilation is dedicated to the latest and most competent resources and tools for statistics and big data available over the Internet. The discussed selected research resources, sites, indexes and alerts offer excellent knowledge and information discovery sources to help you accomplish your statistics and big data research and discovery goals! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N11 November 2014 and my freely available November 2014 Zillman Column covering Accessibility Resources On the Internet You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, November 8, 2014 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
Tonight on Unfiltered Data we begin with the top 10 albums, as chosen by our hosts, David Clifford, Rob Gordon, and Steve Lafrate. Produced by Chris Maltsburger and only on the acslive.tv podcast network, brought to you by stars sports bar and adult entertainment, genco boots, and every victory earned. Also appearing tonight to talk about horror films, James Lee. Call in to join the conversation at 347 857 1024
In 2013 Pfizer launched the Pfizer Blue Button Project, a first-of-it’s-kind initiative enabling patients who have participated in clinical trials the opportunity to download their individual clinical data. Using the Blue Button standard launched by the White House, patients will be empowered to use the data to improve their overall health and wellness, from sharing with healthcare providers to powering clinical risk assessments. In this show, our host Craig Lipset, Head of Clinical Innovation, R&D, Pfizer speaks to the leaders behind these initiatives to find out why they launched, initial learnings, and where the projects may go if successful. Also joining Craig is Thomas Krohn, Business Lead for the Lilly Clinical Open Innovation Team.
Craig Lipset, Head of Clinical Innovation, R&D, Pfizer
Adam Dole, Presidential Innovation Fellow, The White House
Thomas Krohn, Business Lead for the Lilly Clinical Open Innovation Team
Jennifer Wulff, Director, Clinical Innovation, Pfizer
Welcome to Session 1 of the All Analytics A2 Academy: The Results Are In: Presenting Data to Decision Makers. Long before data is ready for delivery to the business unit, the analytics team must consider the options for presentation, evaluating the type of data being utilized, how it will be used, and the audience that will work with the finished results. In this session, learn about:
The myriad options for delivering data results, including text reports, tables, audio presentations, interactive visualizations, and dashboards
How to evaluate the needs of the eventual recipient of the results
Identifying the nature and sustainability of the data at hand
How to define the business unit's goal for using the data
Join us for Session 2 of the All Analytics A2 Academy, The Results Are In: Presenting Data to Decision Makers. Think of three possible outcomes at the end of the analytics project: The business unit gets a wealth of information, such as new customer names; the research provides good news, such as validation of a strategy; or nasty surprises are on the way. As the project evolves, the analytics team needs to watch for signs of how the results might turn out. In this episode learn:
How to understand business unit expectations and that positive results can't be guaranteed
Why you need to sample and test
Preparing the business on how to use the results
How to adapt your delivery strategy as the project evolves
How to avoid/prepare for evil surprises