Data science holds enormous promise for change on how care is delivered
to the senior population. However, what to measure, how dependable is the
data, and how to ensure user compliance are critical issues to consider.
Passive remote monitoring has two qualities that can drive rapid adoption
of data science techniques: rich data sets and inefficiencies that carry
financial penalties. We’ll examine both in this webinar.
Bryan Adams, Chief Commercial Officer
Bryan Adams is the Chief Commercial Officer of GreatCall, Inc., the leader
in connected health for active aging. Bryan joined the company in
December of 2016 as a part of the Healthsense acquisition. Bryan leads a
cross-functional team that addresses two related areas. The first is the
company’s broad data science initiative: leveraging the company’s sizable
data set to improve the experience for both internal and external
customers. The second is the commercial product: ensuring that the
GreatCall offering in the healthcare space both leverages the company’s
data science department and also meets the broader needs of the market.
Prior to GreatCall, Bryan was the CTO at Healthsense for almost 5 years,
where he led the engineering, IT, product management, customer service,
and clinical service teams. Prior to that, he was the CTO and founder of a
startup in the mobile advertising space, and prior to that he was a Principal
Investigator at iRobot, helping them start a healthcare group. He holds a
BS, MEng, and PhD in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute