The recent Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Healthcare Informatics & Analytics Conference, at the Inova Center for Personalized Health, was a huge success. Oracle’s own David Dworzczyk (Ph.D.) – representing the Oracle Health Sciences business, generated enthusiasm and interest in how big data and analytics focus is becoming embedded as part of the entire health sciences ecosystem, from pharma trials and policy, to healthcare delivery and genomics research.
The event was the 2nd in a planned annual series, solidifying and helping brand the metro Washington DC, Suburban Maryland and Northern Virginia region as the country’s economic development powerhouse in these domains – i.e. big data & analytics in personalized healthcare and other industries. Local and regional sponsors represented the entire business, academic and government community, from the largest corporations to local startups, including the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, Inova, Attain, Cloudera, GDIT, KME.Digital, the University of Virginia (UVA) and MapR Technologies, among others.
Follow this link for a complete recap of the event, and to contact NVTC for additional information and materials from the event.