The main objective of the conference is to promote interdisciplinary research involving statistical techniques. These techniques are becoming increasingly important in all fields of scientific discovery.
A unique feature of the proposed conference is that we plan to bring together nationally and internationally recognized researchers from many fields including anthropology, biology, economics, education, environmental science, information systems, insurance, mathematics, medicine, psychology, and public health.--International Conference on Advances in Interdisciplinary Statistics and Combinatorics 2018
This isn’t your ordinary health care discussion. Quality Talks is a series of stirring, succinct talks by current and emerging health care leaders with ideas about how we can collaboratively improve American health care.
In addition to the dynamic and thought-provoking speakers, the event features interactive dialogue among all attendees about advancing the health care system and improving patient care.--Quality Talks 2018
Here is a snippet of a talk he gave although not from Quality Talks--you can see how his novel approach to medical education needs to go viral. I am patiently waiting for Continuing Medical Education (CME) to innovate but so far--status quo prevails.
The lexicon appears to lump everything into broad categories such as data scientist--but that means nothing. You need someone to develop an architecture to help the process for analyses and processing as well as providing oversight to monitor systems.
The slide below shares the output from text generated machine learning using an image. Absolutely hysterical but also shows the limits of what we can glean from limited data.
We can either remain with the status quo, distort reality with limited literacy around our data, or pivot toward doing better. Follow along for a series of data workshops to help you begin your journey...