Actian and Atigeo to Present Strategies for Improving Population Health and Reducing Readmission Risk with Data Analytics

Actian and Atigeo to Present Strategies for Improving Population Health and Reducing Readmission Risk with Data Analytics

<0> Actian CorporationLacy LaBorde, 512-231-6507 </0>

Lance Speck, general manager of healthcare for (“Actian”), the big data analytics platform company, and Charlie Schick, director of healthcare analytics, will discuss ways healthcare organizations can improve population health and reduce readmissions risk with data analytics during a webinar on September 17 at noon PDT.

During the webinar, Speck and Schick will discuss ways organizations can leverage an analytics platform to:

For more information, and to register for the “Improve Population Health with Analytics - Reduce Readmission Risk” webinar, please visit . To learn more about Actian’s healthcare solutions, please visit .

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