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The Life Science Lean-In: Analytics & Big Data in Healthcare & Life Sciencehttp://BigDataMN3.EventBrite.com
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Auditorium87653 & 41 & 285
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GeneralHIPAAGeneralVizTutorialPersonal AnalyticsPredMdlHadoop
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8:45:00John Santelli
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CIO, UHG IT &
CIO, Optum
Session Chair: Dave MatthiasSession Chair: EdwardSession Chair: Kristina DurivageSession Chair: Rich HenriksenSession Chair: Lizzy WilkensSession Chair: Felix FriedmanSession Chair: Ryan Bosshart
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Opening RemarksArlen Harmoning / Jeff BentlerDavid QuimbyBonnie HolubJared SealingChris Malone / Erik IversonBrock, Bill, JohnRavi
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9:00Doug Cutting, ABMichael Krouze, MBAMonika Heller, MDJeff Mills, MBARich Henriksen, MHAPaul Jones, MSDiwakar Gupta, PhDDavid Smith, PhDZach
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9:05Founder of Hadoop, Lucene, Nutch, and AvroCTO, Charter SolutionsKurt Roots, MS/MS/MBAStrategic Consultant, TableauIndependent Hospital & Health Care ProfessionalClinical Researcher, Boston ScientificProfessor, CSE, UMNProfessor, Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Mayo Clinic
Brianna
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9:15A Healthy Dose
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Hadoop
Myths and Realities of Cloud Data SecurityInnovative Approaches for Diagnosis and Therapy of Cognitive Deficiencies.Data VizThe Life Cycle of a Healthcare Claim: Coding, Claim Types, Billing, and ReimbursementBig data in the implantable defibrillator world.  The collection, analysis, & dissemination of billions of device data points including device settings, daily patient trends, symptoms, device diagnostics and counters, arrhythmic events and stored electrocardiograms, etc Predictive modeling of accept/decline decisions by liver transplant candidates.The Next Generation Sequencing Revolution: A modern singularity
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9:45break
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9:50Hadoop
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9:55Gary SpakesLara RubbelkeSteve Helland, JDChuck Stroebel, MPHPaul SaarinenYang Qiu, MSBill Preachuk
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10:00Systems Engineer Manager, SASTechnical Architect, MicrosoftChair of Technology, Internet & e-Business Group, Program Manager, EPHT, MDHCo-founder and CEO/President, MiinomeClinical Statistician,
Prime Therapeutics
Data Warehouse Architect, Emergent Networks
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10:05Why Insight Isn’t Enough – Turning Analytics into ActionBig Data in the Cloud: Meeting Compliance RequirementsHow can I fire my EHR!? Top complaints heard by one lawyer and how to avoid themBuilding Public Health Tracking Data Portals: Understanding Essential Components, Challenges and OpportunitiesYour Most Personal Data Is The Most ValuablePredictors of Adherence to Non-Warfarin Oral Anticoagulants in Non-Valvular Atrial FibrillationIntroduction
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10:35Stephen Parente, PhDJay JacobsThomas Harris, MSMike Henderson, MSJared Sieling, MSRavi Shanbhag, MBA
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10:40Director of the Medical Industry Leadership InstituteSr. Data Analyst, RISK Team, Verizon BusinessGlobal Industry Solutions leader Public Sector Analytics , IBMSolutions Architect, SAS Health Analytics Practice, SASSW Engineer, PiLR LabsDirector, Data Science, Solutions and Strategy UHC
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10:50The Long and Winding Road to Healthcare's Big Data Opportunity SetLearning from Failure: Data Breaches in HealthcareSmarter Analytics in Healthcare
and Life Sciences
Visual AnalyticsIntroduction to Open mHealthCluster Analysis made simple: Using R.
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11:15Panel: Nate SmithBoris Bershadsky, PhDKai WorrelAjay Pol, MBA / Brad Rubin, PhD /
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11:20"From the corporate world to the startup world: issues, challenges, personal stories"Software & Database Engineer, 3MLunch PrepDirector, Outcomes Analytics, SPH UMNLunch PrepCo-Founder, Geneva HealthcareMichael Gregorski, MBAJadin Jackson, PhD
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11:30High Performance Hadoop Analytics, On-demand, In the Cloud, HIPAA CompliantVisual Data Quality Analysis in HealthcareImplantable cardiac device data, outcomes data, analytics, and distribution through community HIE’s all captured in a user centered designDirector, Supply Chain Center of Excellence, Tata Consulting /
Global Supply Chain Planning Manager, Medtronic
Processing Rat Brain Neuronal Signals Using a Hadoop Computing Cluster
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11:40Moderator: Barb Stinnett, Timmaron Group.

Advanced supply chain forecasting models for a complex med tech manufacturing environment
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11:55Panelists for AboveExec
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12:00Arnel Rillo (former OptumHealth), CEO, eVeritas; John Hitt, MD (Chief Medical Quality Officer, HCMC, formerly on mgmt teams of multiple startups); Dan Leach (former Chicago Capital Services & MJSK), CEO & Cofounder, RxFunction; Joel Ackerman (former UHG), President, HomeStream. LUNCH will be served in both room #5
and room #7

Please take your lunch to another conference room, cafeteria, or outside.
LUNCH will be served in both room #5
and room #7

Please take your lunch to another conference room, cafeteria, or outside.
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12:05Lunch BreakLunch BreakLunch BreakLunch Break
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12:15Lunch Break
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12:45Session Chair: Graeme Thickins
Tom Dow
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12:55Data GeneralVizStartupsPredictive AnalyticsHadoop
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13:00Michael Moses, MD/MBAArchelle Georgiou, MDSteven Long"Startup Showcase"Jaideep Srivastava, PhDAllen Day, PhD
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13:05Consulting Practice Leader - Strategy & Alignment, DellPresident, Georgiou Consulting, Senior Advisor, TripleTree, LLCTechnical Solution Specialist, IBM Business AnalyticseVeritas - Arnel RilloPresident, Ninja MetricsData Scientist, MapR Technologies
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13:10http://www.clinhealthcare.com
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13:15Leveraging Analytics to Define Healthcare EconomicsUFOs in Healthcare: Alien industries (transportation, telecom, entertainment, travel/tourism, packaged goods) are invading healthcare with (U)unique (F) financial (O)opportunities. Visualization: Process, Examples, & Strategies - a look at how we process visual information & some of the strategies for selecting display format for consumptionDatuit - Gordon RaupPredictive Analytics for Clinical Decision Making: Two Case StudiesDesign Patterns for Big Data Architecture: Best Strategies for Streamlined [Simple, Powerful] Design
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13:20http://www.datuit.com
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13:40Farris Timimi, MDSiv Raman, MD/MSSmiti Sharma, MBAMike Henderson, MSRuss Littlefield, MSCogCubed - Kurt RootsPrasanna Desikan, PhDBrock Noland
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13:45 Medical Director, Mayo Clinic Center for Social MediaVice President, Clinical Informatics, Optum LabsBig Data Solution Engineer, EMCSolutions Architect, SAS Health Analytics Practice, SASVice President, Advanced Analytics Lab, OptumInsighthttp://cogcubed.comSr. Scientific Advisor, Division of Applied Research, Center for Healthcare Research & InnovationSoftware Engineer, Cloudera
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13:55Social media and its impact on the future of healthcare, and the analytics that surround itThe Healthcare Big Data Apple: The First Few BitesUsing Analytics, Hadoop and MPP databasesSAS Visual Analytics for Programmers and AnalystsHealthcare Practice Morphing: Finding New Cases of Fraud and Abuse
Miinome - Paul Saarinen
Enhanced models for early identification of preventable admissions and improved care management.Sentry: Fine Grained Authorization for Hadoop
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14:00https://twitter.com/MiinomeInc
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14:10Retrace Health - Thompson Aderinkomi
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14:15http://www.retracehealth.com
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14:35Sanjay Joshi, MBiomedEGary JohnsonKathy Konkel, MBATom Dow, MS/MBAMyMeds - Rajiv Shah, MDSteve Eisenberg, MDCasey Stella, MS
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14:40CTO, EMC Isilon Life SciencesDirector of BI and DW Services, Life Time Fitness, Inc. Advanced Analytics Solutions Leader, IBMDirector Innovation and Analytics, Enclarityhttp://about.my-meds.comPrincipal, Independent Healthcare ConsultingPrincipal Architect, Hortonworks
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14:50Big Data Biology: storage as systems thinkingMaking Smart choices Around Data Quality. Drive Actionable Business Insights from Social MediaAdministrative claims as a source of real insights for life science.Geneva Healthcare - Kai WorrellBuilding a predictive model for future high cost patients with Multiple Sclerosis from typical claims data.Hadoop in Healthcare
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14:55http://www.genevahealthcare.com
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15:15Andrew Mcgarvey, MBAPat Gleason, PharmDAustin RutherfordMichael Moses, MD/MBANissa Hager /Dan McCreary, MS/MBA
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15:20Vice President of Strategic Solutions, OptumInsightDirector of Health Outcomes, Prime TherapeuticsSr. Director Emerging Technologies, PivotalConsulting Practice Leader - Strategy & Alignment, DellPressure Guardian - Mike TillgesThomas Mills, MSNoSQL Evangelist
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15:25http://www.pressureguardian.com
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15:30Optum Labs- Research and Innovation on Big Data in HealthCareIdentifying and Managing High Risk Controlled Substances Use
How to swim in the fast lane of analytics; Learn how organizations are creating data lakes enabling their analysts/scientists to become championsICD-10 Conversion Model with Monte Carlo SimulationDiscriminant Physician Segmentation - VOC, Analysis, Engagement StrategyNoSQL Databases for Healthcare
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16:10Shirley Weis, MBAGyorgy Simon, PhDChris Weight, MDRich Henriksen, MHA
Closing Panel
Vladimir Cherkassky, PhDMatt Ammentorp
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16:15Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, Mayo ClinicClinical Assistant Professor Institute for Health Informatics UMNAssistant Professor, Urologic Oncology, UMNIndependent Hospital & Health Care ProfessionalAngel investors & advisors recap and constructively critique the afternoon's startup pitches: John Blank, Treehouse Health; Barb Stinnett, Timmaron Group; Dan Freier, Pine Grove Management; Rick Brimacomb, Sherpa PartnersAuthor, Professor, UMN CSEMapR
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16:25Innovation in HealthcareMining EHRs: opportunities and challengesOnline and Mobile Technologies, Opportunities for Every Patient to be an Information DonorReimbursement ExplainedFrom BigData to Little KnowledgeHadoop as the Enterprise Data Lake - a Healthcare Case Study
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16:45Beer Reception in Cafeteria and Room 85 (tickets will be issued starting at 4:30)
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