Thought leaders on predictive analytics discuss big data in health care during CCM webinar
Find out more about Oscar Marroquin from UPMC, Mona Siddiqui from HHS, and Travis Frosch from GE Healthcare
The Center for Connected Medicine (CCM), a thought leadership hub for health care innovation, discuss the challenges of implementing predictive analytics and big data in health care with a panel of top experts from health care, government, and industry during the webinar, “Within Sight Yet Out of Reach: Predictive Analytics in Health Care.”
The hour-long webinar features:
- Oscar Marroquin, MD, Chief Clinical Analytics Officer, UPMC
- Mona Siddiqui, MD, MPH, Chief Data Officer, HHS
- Travis Frosch, Senior Director, Analytics, GE Healthcare
Learn more about our experts below
Oscar Marroquin, MD
Chief Clinical Analytics Officer, UPMC
Dr. Marroquin is a practicing cardiologist at the UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute, an associate professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, and Clinical and Translational Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, and the Chief Clinical Analytics Officer for UPMC.
His academic career has been focused on outcomes research in interventional cardiology and heart disease in women, and his research has been rewarded in the form of grants and numerous publications. In his current role, he leads UPMC’s clinical analytics activities, where he oversees a team of analysts, statisticians, and data scientists focused on applying “big data” approaches to measure and predict clinical outcomes.
Dr. Marroquin completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at the Presbyterian Medical Center of the University of Pennsylvania and did his general cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowships at UPMC.
Mona Siddiqui, MD
Chief Data Officer, Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Siddiqui is the Chief Data Officer for the Department of Health and Human Services where she is focused on promoting open data, building an enterprise wide data governance structure, creating a business analytics unit and developing strategic partnerships with external stakeholders.
Prior to her current role, Dr. Siddiqui was at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation working towards implementing a rapid cycle testing platform for payment models. She has also served with the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (“nudge” unit) during the Obama administration leading work in the health space.
She has a MD from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she is now on faculty, masters degrees in quantitative methods from the Harvard School of Public Health and in management/technology from the Stanford School of Engineering.
Senior Director, Analytics, GE Healthcare
Mr. Frosch is an accomplished and high performing management executive with substantial product management and services experience in applying deep expertise in analytics, business intelligence, data mining, statistics, and consulting to solve healthcare leaders, IT staff, analysts, and clinicians most significant challenges.
Currently, he is responsible for regional data and data science in North and South America, the Applied Intelligence cloud and on-premise business intelligence platforms, as well as overseeing the analytics Product Management, Innovation, and Incubation across GE Healthcare.
Mr. Frosch has amassed 17 years of healthcare industry experience covering multiple verticals, with 14 years of proficiency in analytics and artificial intelligence on various platforms.
Learn more about the survey research:
What barriers are preventing health systems from using predictive analytics to maximize their big data? Download a summary and infographic of key findings from the survey to find out what health systems report about their challenges using predictive analytics.