March 8, 2018

How Will Data Analytics Shape the Future of Health Care?

The cost and accessibility of health care is a front-burner issue for many Americans. While advances are being made in medicine, efforts to ensure health care is delivered efficiently and effectively are leading to new job growth within the field: data analytics.

What can a hard look at the numbers do? Find out at the March 22 panel, “How Will Data Analytics Shape the Future of Health Care?” Moderated by Mark Eagan, CEO of the Capital Region Chamber, and spearheaded by Eyyub Kibis, assistant professor for the new master of science in business analytics at The College of Saint Rose, the event brings together industry leaders to discuss the role of data analysis in their areas of health care.

Panelists include:

  • Patrick Roohan, Vice President of Data Management and Analytics Solutions at MVP: Roohan has dedicated his career to harnessing the power of data in ways that improve the quality and delivery of health care. With 30 years of leadership experience at the New York State Department of Health, he is helping MVP Health Care build market-leading data and analytics capabilities.
  • Meghan Morrissey, MPH, is a Data Analyst at Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) Solutions: In her role, Morrissey provides data analytics services for the health care planning and marketing tool Market Expert®, offering health care organizations information and analysis about the communities they serve and their competitive marketplace. Morrissey earned her Master of Public Health degree in epidemiology from the University at Albany School of Public Health and her Bachelor of Science degree from Wagner College.
  • Eyyub Kibis, Assistant Professor of Business Analytics at The College of Saint Rose: Kibis is the faculty member leading the new business analytics master’s degree program at The College of Saint Rose. In his career, he has researched mathematical programming models, large-scale optimization approaches, and data-mining methods for the control and treatment of infectious diseases, invasive species, and cancer.

Doors open at 7:30 a.m., with the program beginning at 8 a.m. Light breakfast refreshments will be served. Free parking will be available. Register here.