Big Data Webinar Series: 3. Big Data in Clinical Medicine: Bringing the Benefits of Genome-Aware Medicine to Cancer Patients – Available On-Demand

The 3rd and final webinar in Frost & Sullivan’s series on Big Data in Healthcare took place recently and is now available to view on-demand. The webinar is a must-watch for healthcare leaders and features some very practical advice on how to get the most value from the data your organizations holds.

Greg Caressi, Sr. VP of Transformational Health at Frost & Sullivan, opened with an overview of how providers are leveraging big data platforms to drive health, concluding with ‘the real bottleneck is in turning data into knowledge’.

David Delaney, MD, Chief Medical Officer at SAP Healthcare, took the conversation forward by sharing his thoughts on how HANA® Healthcare In-Memory simplifies and accelerates data analysis for healthcare providers. Intel and SAP have a long-standing relationship and have worked together on SAP HANA® since 2005.

Finally, Kevin Fitzpatrick, CEO of ASCO CancerLinQ, gave a fantastic presentation on shaping the future of cancer through rapid learning. A brilliant insight into really important work for the cancer community.

Listen to this webinar now on-demand and don’t forget that if you missed the first two webinars you can also view them today using the links below:

  • Watch Webinar 3: Big Data in Clinical Medicine: Bringing the Benefits of Genome-Aware Medicine to Cancer Patients
  • Watch Webinar 2: Predictive Healthcare Analytics in a Big Data World: Use Cases from the Field
  • Watch Webinar 1: Future of Healthcare is Today: Leveraging Big Data
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Chris Gough

About Chris Gough

Chris Gough is Worldwide General Manager of Health and Life Sciences at Intel Corporation. In this role, Chris leads a worldwide team of technology leaders and subject matter experts to develop solutions that use information and communication technology to transform the health and life sciences industry. He works with companies, organizations, and governments around the world to help make this digital transformation a reality. With over 12 years of industry experience, Chris brings deep healthcare and life sciences expertise, along with a foundation in technology and its application to multiple industries. He has been with Intel for over 20 years and was formerly both product and security architect in Intel’s Digital Health division. In this role, he was the chief architect for several products including, Care Connect, and Integration Services for the Intel Health Guide. Mr. Gough has been an active member of the Continua Health Alliance and was one of the lead contributors to the end-to-end system architecture and interoperability guidelines. He holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of California at San Diego.