Strata Rx Conference Boston 2013: Complete Video Compilation
Where Big Data Meets Healthcare
By O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: October 2013
Run time: 43 hours 21 minutes
If you have gnarly challenges in healthcare data, you’re not alone
Dealing with large amounts of data has become a challenge for the healthcare industry, but there are answers. This complete video compilation provides an up-close view of every keynote, session, and workshop at O’Reilly’s Strata Rx 2013 Conference in Boston. You’ll learn the latest research, best practices, analytic approaches, and emerging tools and technologies for dealing with large amounts of data in healthcare.
Download these videos or stream them through our HD player, and learn tips, tricks, and strategies that you can apply—as well pitfalls you can avoid. This video package presents:
Conference tracks in Precision Medicine, Data Liquidity, Deal-Flow, Value-Based Payment, and Patient Engagement
Detailed case studies of data successes
Data-driven strategies used by established healthcare organizations and innovative start-ups
New techniques in predictive or real-time analysis
Developing issues in policy or privacy
Cutting-edge interface and infrastructure developments
Learn from featured speakers such as Chris Kryder (Valence Health), Alex Drane (Eliza Corporation), Carol McCall (GNS Healthcare), Atul Butte (Stanford University), and Marc Berger, M.D. (Pfizer). You’ll discover how you to overcome the challenges and uncover the opportunities in healthcare data.
Comments about oreilly Strata Rx Conference Boston 2013: Complete Video Compilation:
If you're interested in big data and how it pertains to healthcare check out this video set. This is the best way to see all the content from Strata RX 2013.
There's some great content this year. My favorites are a keynote titled Healthcare Analytics in the Age of Personalized Medicine, presented by August Calhoun of Dell. In short, he describes improving a response rate for pediatric cancer from 5- 15% to over 60% using big data analytics. Another favorite is a workshop that discusses privacy through de-identification of patient data.
It's a bit pricy, $399. But that's a bargain compared to what you would spend if you attended in person.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend