Virtually every major organization these days is a data company. Enterprises are increasingly leveraging data for better products, services, new insights and to manage their business better. This rings true for all industries, but it’s particularly significant in healthcare.
With the rise in the number of clinical documents produced every day and the sensitive nature of medical data, it is necessary to find a way to collect, organize, and process the huge amount of data for a more informed, better healthcare. One of the companies leading this revolution is Clearsense.
In this installment, we will talk with Charles Boicey, MS, RN-BC, PMP, CPHIMS. Boicey sits as the Chief Innovation Officer for Clearsense, LLC. Boicey is known as a notable expert clinical information systems specialist offering 25-plus years of strategic leadership. Starting his career as a bedside trauma nurse, he began to witness many gaps in medical technology. Thus beginning his life’s work journey.
Welcome to Clearsense’s “4 Questions with…” series, where we interview top executives in the Healthcare IT space. We search for the leaders with track records of service excellence, who are passionate about their work and make patient safety their top priority. In this installment, we talk with Amy Andrade, AVP of Research, Meharry Medical College and Data Science Center.
At HIMSS18 in Las Vegas, Charles Boicey, Chief Innovation Officer of Clearsense, and Amy Andrade, AVP of Research at Meharry Medical College and Data Science Center sat down with Health Data Management to discuss data science and health outcomes.