Predictive Modeling News
Predictive Modeling News  
In the January Issue

  • Product and Service Providers Take the Stage – Again! – for 8th Annual Vendor Issue
  • PA Industry Vendor Company Profiles
  • Opinion: PM in Healthcare: It's Just Getting Warmed Up by Pranam Ben, Founder and CEO, The Garage
  • Opinion: The Persistent Problem with PA
  • Case Study: Client Snapshot: Health First
  • Case Study: AllazoHealth, Regional Payer Show AI Can Improve Medication Adherence
  • Case Study: Grady Health System
  • Case Study: Client Snapshot: Onslow Memorial Hospital
  • Opinion: True Digital Transformation is Reserved for Growth-Minded Organizations by Eric A. King, Founder and President, The Modeling Agency LLC, Pittsburgh
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: "Which specific occurrence or trend in 2018 in healthcare predictive analytics is the biggest one to watch for?"
  • Industry News with briefs regarding: VitreosHealth and HealthEC
  • Catching Up With… Keith McCormick
  • Click here to view page one of this issue
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