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Webinar Recording: Institutionalizing Real-World Evidence Across Your Organization

Knowledgent and SAS recently teamed up for a webinar, powered by Xtalks, that explored how exponential growth in the variety of real world data sources and their quick adoption across functional business units is necessitating the need for the standardization of real world data and analytics platforms. Continue reading Webinar Recording: Institutionalizing Real-World Evidence Across Your Organization

Webinar with Informatica: Faster Time to Insight: Cataloging Data in the Enterprise

We’re looking forward to participating in an upcoming webinar with Informatica on Friday, April 7! Knowledgent Healthcare Partner Matt Arellano will join Informatica’s Chief Healthcare Strategist Richard Cramer for this webinar, titled “Faster Time to Insight: Cataloging Data in the Enterprise.” Continue reading Webinar with Informatica: Faster Time to Insight: Cataloging Data in the Enterprise

Webinar: Institutionalizing Real-World Evidence Across Your Organization

Knowledgent and SAS are hosting a webinar that will explore how exponential growth in the variety of real world data sources and their quick adoption across functional business units is necessitating the need for the standardization of real world data and analytics platforms.   Continue reading Webinar: Institutionalizing Real-World Evidence Across Your Organization

Webinar Recording: Mastering Provider Data with Dr. Marko of Geisinger Health System

Last month, Knowledgent and Informatica welcomed Dr. Nicholas Marko, Director of Neurosurgical Oncology & prior Chief Data Officer of Geisinger Health System, for an informative webinar on mastering Provider data. The recording from the webinar is now available. Continue reading Webinar Recording: Mastering Provider Data with Dr. Marko of Geisinger Health System

Free Webinar: Mastering Provider Data with Dr. Nicholas Marko of Geisinger Health System

Knowledgent and Informatica welcome Dr. Nicholas Marko, Director of Neurosurgical Oncology & prior Chief Data Officer of Geisinger Health System, for an informative webinar on mastering Provider data on Tuesday, September 13th at 12 PM EST. Continue reading Free Webinar: Mastering Provider Data with Dr. Nicholas Marko of Geisinger Health System

Knowledgent Data Scientist to Speak on Machine Learning Webinar

We are very excited to announce that our data scientist Mitchell Shuster will be a panelist on a round table webinar on machine learning! The webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 27, from 1-2 pm Eastern Time.

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Slides: Leveraging Big Data in the Life Sciences and Healthcare Webinar

In case you missed it, Knowledgent recently co-hosted a webinar titled “Leveraging Big Data in the Life Sciences and Healthcare.” The webinar featured thoughts on using big data technologies and analytics to further Alzheimer’s advancements in research and patient care.  Speakers included  Justin Sears, Industry Specialist at Hortonworks, Drew Holzapfel, Executive Director from the Global CEO Initiative on Alzheimer’s Disease, and our very own Tom Johnstone and Chris Young.

Here’s the full slide deck from the webinar:

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Free Webinar: Leveraging Big Data in Addressing the Global Alzheimer’s Crisis

Knowledgent, with our partners Hortonworks and the CEOi, are hosting a free webinar titled “Leveraging Big Data in Addressing the Global Alzheimer’s Crisis” on Thursday, May 29 from 12-1pm EST.

This webinar is not just for folks in the life sciences industry. It presents an interesting ideation case study for anyone interested in big data, using datasets from seemingly unrelated fields and sources, or understanding new potential ways to diagnose Alzheimer’s and improve patient care. During the webinar, we’ll discuss how big data analytical disciplines can support the global effort toward identifying key associations – rather than a direct cause – that can help us understand who gets Alzheimer’s, how we treat them, and how we prevent the disease for others by leveraging datasets across life sciences, healthcare, government agencies and academia.

For more information or to register for this free webinar, visit the event page.