Predictive Healthcare Speaker Series

Sharing lessons and perspectives on successfully implementing and integrating predictive healthcare solutions

As interest in applying the tools of data science to clinical and operational healthcare problems increases, the success of the solutions will depend on much more than the performance of a particular algorithm.

The Penn Medicine Predictive Healthcare speaker series aims to bring together a wide array of players from across the institution who have a stake in the successful operationalization of data science solutions in health care. The topics will encompass separate disciplines that come together to deliver these solutions, including:

  • Computer science
  • AI/machine learning
  • Human factors and human computer interaction
  • Real-time and big data architectures
  • Process improvement
  • Clinical/medical research
  • We hope that this speaker series and discussion forum will foster collaboration and an exchange of ideas to deliver effective predictive solutions in healthcare.

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    Predictive Healthcare Speaker Series - Jon Pomeroy

    Title: Physician Insight on Predictive Models

    Jon Pomeroy, DO, MSHI, Senior Provider Clinical Application Analyst

    Dr. Pomeroy will discuss the physician perspective on what it takes to make a predictive healthcare project operationally successful.


    Flyers/76ers Surgery Theatre

    February 28th, 2020, 11:00-12:00pm

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    Inaugural Predictive Healthcare Speaker Series Talk

    Title: Precision palliative care: Leveraging big data to improve serious illness care

    Katherine Courtright, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine

    Dr. Courtright will discuss the development and implementation of Palliative-Connect, a predictive healthcare initiative to improve patient access to specialty palliative care services.

    With introduction from Dr. Bill Hanson, CMIO.


    Flyers/76ers Surgery Theatre

    November 8th, 2019, 12:00-1:00pm

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