KDnuggets PAW Healthcare: Improve patient care with predictive analytics, Oct 23-27, New York

Predictive analytics can help medical professionals reduce costs, improve outcomes, an increase patient satisfaction. Learn from keynotes, dozens of sessions and workshops how to apply these lessons to your own organization. Use code KDN150 to save.
Predictive Analytics World for Healthcare in NY

PAW Healthcare examines the tactics and strategies that hospitals, public health organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and medical researchers use to harness the power of
Keynote Martin Kohn
Real World
Keynote Wasim Malik
Brain-Machine Interface Technology: Separating Hope from Hype
Presented by Wasim Malik, Ph.D., Director, Harvard/MIT Laboratory for Neuromotor Signal Processing

Can a predictive analytics framework enable us to reliably extract movement commands right out of the brain? Are motor brain-machine interfaces currently feasible both from clinical and economic standpoints?


Keynote Nephi Walton

Keynote Ken Yale


Predictive Analytics, Genomics, and Precision Medicine - Separating the Hype from the Reality
Presented by Nephi Walton, Pediatrician/Genetics Fellow at Washington University School of Medicine, with Ken Yale, JD, DDS, Vice President of Clinical Solutions, ActiveHealth Management

Explore one of the first large-scale, replicable, population-wide studies applying advanced predictive analytics and genetic testing to more precisely target wellness interventions in an otherwise healthy population.

A limited number of rooms are available at the New York Marriott Marquis, the Courtyard by Marriott Chelsea, and the Springhill Suites Marriott with special reduced rates for attendees who register and book rooms before Monday, October 3. Click to see all discounts available to PAW Healthcare attendees.

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