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The Evolution of Healthcare Data Analytics

Thoughts from an 18-year industry veteran

Currently, there is great interest in the topic of healthcare among the general public (after all, this is a basic human need), and even a growing recognition of the role that data analysis can play in this space. This is evidenced by all the big tech companies wanting to get in on the act. But it wasn’t always this way.




Santé is the French word for “health.” It is also the toast you say when you clink wine glasses. Drinking wine is good for you and so is reading my pub about the healthcare industry from the POV of both the scrubs AND the nerds!

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Marmi Maramot Le

Marmi Maramot Le

Data nerd for longer than Gen Z has been alive, mom, and former Jeopardy contestant

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