“It’s Not the Size but What You Do with It:
‘Tiny Data’ and Business Value in a ‘Perverse’ Market”
RowdMap and the Who’s Who of
Computer Science and Health Informatics at the
Meaningful Use of Complex Medical Data Symposium
Interested in some hard core data clinical data from hospitals and the very finest computer scientists you can shake a stick at?
When we say ‘hard core’ comp sci, we mean it
Well, here you go:
The Meaningful Use of Complex Medical Data (MUCMD) Symposium
Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles – August 10-12.
Nice little mission statement: “We present a national symposium exploring the opportunities and challenges introduced by complex medical data.”
Presentations from academics on both sides of the isle (comp sci AND biomedical informatics :- ) from places like MIT, Johns Hopkins, California Institute of Technology and Columbia - and private sector folks like Microsoft (think Research) and Cloudera (think Hadoop). Here’s the agenda.
Even lil’ ol’ RowdMap will be there performing some tricks with a small presentation entitled: “It’s Not the Size but What You Do with It: ‘Tiny Data’ and Business Value in a ‘Perverse’ Market.”
Then we’ll do a little interactive session whose title plays on MUCMD: “Meaningful Business Use of Clinical Data” and focus on all this wonderful data to create business value in the health care market by translating theory and models to real world impact.
Please note, attendance is by application only (seriously).
Science meets Art
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