Why is a Central Analytics Team Vital to a Self-Service Data Culture?

Why is a Central Analytics Team Vital to a Self-Service Data Culture?
When your teams are building products for competitive markets and demanding customers, the right insights can make all the difference. Join us for this month’s Coffee Chat webinar to learn how you help your whole organization make better decisions, take faster action—and deliver the kind of experiences that drive revenue, loyalty, and lifetime value.
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How Investors Can Leverage Big Data and AI for Better ESG and Water Risk Analysis

Ceres Channel

Alternative data and AI (artificial intelligence) are increasingly being explored by investors as ways to gain ESG and potentially water risk insights. In this Ceres Webinar, speakers Ashby Monk, PhD from Stanford and Steven Fortier and Dr. Toby Messier from Aquantix explore the reality and possible future use of alternative data, natural language processing and AI in developing new approaches to collecting and analyzing E. risks – particularly those related to water.
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Rare Disease Patient Cohort Identification Using AI/ML Models and Federated EHR-based Real-world Data Infrastructure

As rare diseases are so rare, patients are often misdiagnosed for many years, or never correctly diagnosed. Electronic health records hold much important information that can be used to correctly diagnose and treat these patients, but identification of phenotypic sets is hard to extract from reams of data.
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Insights & Analytics: Digging into the Data to Measure and Accelerate Trust Programs

It’s no secret that trust provides a competitive advantage, with trusted companies outperforming their market peers. Boards, executives, and businesses across the globe want to find ways to build trust with consumers, employees, investors, and all stakeholders. But how do you define metrics, quantify, and measure trust?
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Expanding Biobanking Size and Scope to Advance Big Data Discovery

LabRoots

Currently, the Cleveland Clinic Biorepository is an assembly of several biobanks together with the Lerner Research Institute. Excel spreadsheets track almost everything – and there are no universal LIS, SOPs, universal, centralized freezer monitoring, or means to electronically track patient tissue. The Cleveland Clinic is embarking on an enterprise-wide initiative to accelerate its biobanking capacity, leveraging its clinical volume and disease expertise. As part of this initiative, the Cleveland Clinic is partnering with Brooks Life Sciences to build a state of the art, 21,000 square-foot structure biobanking facility, set to open in the summer of 2019.
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