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Video: Using Predictive Analytics to Empower Cancer Patients through “MyCancerJourney”

 

This speaker session is from Predictive Analytics World for Business, October, 5–9, 2014 in Boston, MA:

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 Robert is an experienced technology developer, entrepreneur and executive with over 20 years of industrial experience in developing analytic models for healthcare (payers, providers, life sciences), financial services, private equity, professional sports, and manufacturing. Robert developed the firm’s healthcare analytics products including comparative effectiveness analysis and predictive analytics for clinical and economic outcomes. Robert has also held executive leadership across various privately held companies and startups. Robert holds an MBA with a focus on finance from Washington University, Olin School of Business, and a BS in Business Administration Regis University. He is an adjunct with the Hatchery Program,

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 Dr. Piccirillo is a Professor of Otolaryngology, Medicine, and Biostatistics and leads the Clinical Outcomes Research Office at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. His National Institutes of Health-supported research interests include the importance of comorbidity in the care of cancer patients and evaluation of cancer statistics, the use of functional connectivity MRI to study chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment, and the development of MyCancerJourney’s MyNavigator (Prognostigram) (web-based programs to empower cancer patients with tailored health information).

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