DATA ANALYTICS SPEAKER SERIES

November 9, 2017

When: Noon to 1pm
Where: UNC Charlotte Center City Building (320 E 9th St, Charlotte, NC 28202).
Lunch: A brown bag lunch may be brought in or Einstein’s Bagels is located in the lobby of Center City.
Parking: Parking will not be covered. We recommend using the 7th street parking deck. The pay to park lots near the building are full during week days. Please do not park in UNCC's parking lots because you will get a ticket. We also stress the importance to walk, take the lightrail or carpool if possible because parking is limited and far from the building.

For more information on the Center City Building, visit centercity.uncc.edu.

MEET THE SPEAKERs

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ERIN DRUCKER | LinkedIn

BRENT MATTHEWSON | LinkedIn

Title: Senior Data Scientist, Cardinal Innovations HealthCare

Presentation Topic: RADAR – Antipsychotics Analytics project

Title: Head of Data Sciences & Business Analytics, Cardinal Innovations HealthCare

Presentation Topic: RADAR – Antipsychotics Analytics project

Bio: Brent serves as Director of Data Science & Business Analytics for Cardinal Innovations Healthcare, responsible for developing and improving the corporate capability to manage and analyze multiple data sources and leading Cardinal Innovations’ journey toward predictive and optimized healthcare. He developed the company's “Analytics Roadmap” and executes on the goals & actions for improving analytical maturity. Brent’s background includes roles in the Chief Data & Analytics Office in the Financial Services industry and Credit Risk in the Retail Energy sector. 

Bio: Erin Drucker is a Data Scientist for Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions, a Medicaid management company responsible for the behavioral health services for more than 850,000 eligible members in North Carolina. Ms. Drucker holds a MSPH in Epidemiology from the University of South Carolina, a MA in History/Medical Anthropology from Michigan State University, and has almost 10 years of experience in health research.  

 

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