Interview with Josh Adler

We talked with Josh Adler, VP of Archimedes, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

IndiGO – Point of Care Decision Support

Josh Adler, Vice President , Business Development, Archimedes
Built in part with a $15m RWJF grant, Archimedes is the embodiment of David Eddy’s life work–it’s developed a full-scale simulation model of human physiology and the health care system. The Archimedes Model enables clinically realistic virtual trials to be run on any population. Josh demonstrates IndiGO, an application of the Archimedes Model for care delivery organizations.

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 Josh Adler

We talked with Josh Adler, VP of Archimedes, 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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IndiGO – Point of Care Decision Support

Josh Adler, Vice President , Business Development, Archimedes
Built in part with a $15m RWJF grant, Archimedes is the embodiment of David Eddy’s life work–it’s developed a full-scale simulation model of human physiology and the health care system. The Archimedes Model enables clinically realistic virtual trials to be run on any population. Josh demonstrates IndiGO, an application of the Archimedes Model for care delivery organizations.

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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?