With 30 years of experience in enterprise data and analytics, healthcare informatics and patient care, Julie is a Director of Healthcare Insights/Solutions in the Emerging Technology Practice in the U.S. Commercial and State Government business unit. She is responsible for data and analytics strategies, thought leadership and business development across the U.S. She has led some of the first healthcare prescriptive analytics projects to determine the best possible options to improve access, cost and quality of care.
Latest blog posts
April 25, 2017 As data assets grow larger and more valuable in our digital world, managing data is also becoming more complex. As a result, two of the top governance challenges facing organizations today are how best to manage the use and value of data assets, and who is best suited to take those responsibilities. ...Digital Transformation
February 20, 2017 Moving from “what if” to “what’s best” In my previous blog on this topic, I discussed the need to shift analytics from monitoring and reporting of what has happened, to using analytics to make decisions. More specifically, to achieve continuous improvements in terms of quality of care, access to ...Health
April 18, 2016 It’s clear today that all customer-facing business processes should be reevaluated in light of digital transformation. For example, a process originating from a digital interaction should be considered the new norm, not an exception. Additionally, situations where the customer is sometimes ...Advanced Analytics