Seventh Annual National Predictive Modeling Summit Features Ten Plenary Sessions on Critical Health Care Predictive Analytics Topics

- Two Preconferences Plus Postconference on Readmissions Analytics Also Available -

- Conference Available Online as Well as Onsite in Washington DC on December 4-5, 2013 -

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The Seventh Annual Predictive Modeling Summit (), the leading forum on predictive analytics applied to key health care functions, settings and populations, will be held Wednesday December 4 and Thursday December 5, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Washington DC, and is also available live online with 24/7 archive access for six months.

The National Predictive Modeling Summit includes addressing these critical topics:

The Summit features two preconference sessions: by Ian Duncan, FSA, FIA, FCIA, MAAA, Vice President, Clinical Outcomes & Analytics, Walgreen Co., Deerfield IL; and moderated by Clive Riddle featuring a panel offering innovative approaches from leading national companies.

A postconference , is being offered as a joint session with the National Readmissions Summit that includes the following sessions:

Detailed information about the Seventh Annual National Predictive Modeling Summit including registration is available at . For information on exhibiting, contact

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