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Monday, December 4 • 4:10pm - 4:35pm
Forecasting Influenza-Like Illnesses

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Jennie Shin is the Director of SCAL Strategic Technology Solutions at Kaiser Permanente. Jennie is a Healthcare IT leader focused on aligning business strategy with leadership, organizational, technology and culture needs to transform the way care is delivered. She has experience with designing and orchestrating various solutions and processes to increase efficiency, access to data and improve customer experiences and create a personalized care model that delivers the right care at the right time.

Joanne Shin is currently a Data Scientist at Kaiser Permanente. From 2013 to 2015, Ms. Shin's passion for technology and analytics led her to pursue a Master of Science degree in Artificial Intelligence under the Electrical Engineering department at UC San Diego; a discipline that focuses on statistical learning. While in graduate school she interned for Kaiser Permanente and worked as a research assistant in the Neural Interaction Lab under the guidance of Professor Todd Coleman.

Charles Bach is a Principal Architect for Kaiser Permanente serving the Southern California region. Being an integrated provider, Kaiser Permanente has the unique advantage of caring for patients throughout the many touch points of healthcare. However, with this advantage, enormous amounts of data are generated at every touch point along the patient life cycle. In order to derive meaningful information from this complex data environment, Charles designs and provides architecture for data management and analytics solutions. Charles also conducts rapid proof of concepts on new and emerging technologies that can rise to the challenge of a changing healthcare landscape that not only includes growing patient volumes but also new patient touch points such as social and medical devices.

Karen Hayrapetyan is a senior data scientist at H2O.ai. Karen works with H2O.ai customers to derive substantive business value from machine learning technologies. Prior to joining H2O.ai, he spent three years at startups working on growth and analytics problems. Karen holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Purdue University with research focus in molecular imaging and nanoparticle biosensors.


Monday December 4, 2017 4:10pm - 4:35pm
Paul Erdos Stage Computer History Museum

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