Data is - and always will be - a chaotic neutral (meaning sometimes, it can be incredibly valuable, and at other times, simply noise).
Understanding which healthcare data collected has value and which is noise? That’s where the real work begins.
On this week’s segment, Jeffrey Carlisle, CEO at Pneuma Systems Corporation; Howard Rosen, CEO and Founder of LifeWIRE; and Brent Wright, Associate Dean for Rural Health Innovation at the University of Louisville, join me for a discussion that centers on the data biome and understanding how data value works in healthcare.
From interoperability of centralized data to who should have ownership over healthcare data, there’s a lot to unpack here - and all of it is valuable. Come and listen to this week’s episode!
Here are the show highlights:
- Data: is yours valuable or is it just noise? (0:05)
- The power of data in post-market surveillance (6:01)
- Interoperability and centralized data: what the future might hold (9:58)
- Patient data biome - how far are we from that reality? (17:37)
- Who should have ownership of patient data and how it’s integrated (25:55)
- The role data plays in a patient’s healthcare (31:55 )
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Jeffrey Carlisle is CEO at Pneuma Systems Corporation. He earned his ScB in Applied Math/Biology from Brown University.
If you’d like to get in touch with Jeffrey after the show, feel free to reach out to him via LinkedIn at Jeffrey Carlisle or via email at JeffreyCarlisle@me.com.
Howard Rosen is CEO and Founder of LifeWIRE Group. He earned his HBBA in Economics and Marketing and MBA in International Finance/Marketing from York University, Schulich School of business.
Brent Wright is the Associate Dean for Rural Health Innovation at the University of Louisville. He earned his BS in Human Studies from the University of Kentucky and his Masters in Medical Management from the University of Southern California