Erich HuangCo Director, Duke Forge; Assistant Dean for Biomedical Informatics; Director of Data Science & Innovation
Duke University Health System
Co Director of Duke Forge, and Assistant Dean for Biomedical Informatics. First faculty recruit to a new initiative and new Division at Duke in the Department of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics. Principal Investigator on a NIH-funded project under the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) RFAs. Faculty lead for informatics on the Google Life Sciences-funded Baseline Study. Leading a Duke University School of Medicine-wide initiative for a Data Service for biomedical researchers. Leading projects on applied machine learning, user interfaces, and visualization of surgical outcomes (Clinical & Analytic Learning Platform for Surgical Outcomes, CALYPSO) and a chronic kidney disease "early warning" system.
Enterprises now have more availability, access and volumes of data that they are using to drive the business, but the insights they are collecting has yet to be adopted by the business users. The lack of trust and understanding by the business users holds the enterprise back from a truly insight-driven competitive advantage. In this session, we will discuss how leading data analytics executives drive their business with insights.
Join this session to discuss strategies to:
- Create insight teams in each department to align business with technology
- Act as a change agent in the modern tech landscape
- Strategically invest in insights capabilities that promote business goals
- Implement insights from all sources in software to drive action