Interview with Camille Kubie

We talked with Camille Kubie, Manager of Global Brand and Design at GE, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

GE Healthymagination – Health Data Visualization

Camille Kubie, Manager of Global Brand & Design, GE
Camille has pioneered new uses of data visualization, and at GE, she’s using that visualization to advance the conversation around the issues where GE focuses – Health and Energy. Here, she shows some brand new ways to visualize the clinical decision process.

Data Drive Decisions

With federal dollars funding comparative effectiveness research and health plans, providers, pharma, and consumer product companies mining vast amounts of health data – how will our system become smarter? At the San Francisco Fall Conference 2011 we heard from the leaders in the new world of analytics and asked the question: Can Big Data inform better decisions for better health care outcomes?

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Interview with Camille Kubie

We talked with Camille Kubie, Manager of Global Brand and Design at GE, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

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GE Healthymagination – Health Data Visualization

Camille Kubie, Manager of Global Brand & Design, GE
Camille has pioneered new uses of data visualization, and at GE, she’s using that visualization to advance the conversation around the issues where GE focuses – Health and Energy. Here, she shows some brand new ways to visualize the clinical decision process.

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Data Drive Decisions

With federal dollars funding comparative effectiveness research and health plans, providers, pharma, and consumer product companies mining vast amounts of health data – how will our system become smarter? At the San Francisco Fall Conference 2011 we heard from the leaders in the new world of analytics and asked the question: Can Big Data inform better decisions for better health care outcomes?