In Healthcare every decision matters. Do you believe there is a lot more potential in data than we are using right now? Do you have the ambition to be a pioneer in unlocking data and information to support decision making processes? This program is targeted at medical professionals and managers in healthcare eager to learn how to integrate data and analytics into their work.
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Teaching does not start from theory and technology, but from challenging assignments. Real challenges make learning motivating, helps to get your organization involved, and is a catalyst to achieving real impact. During the program, you complete three CRISP-DM data-science projects:
The T shape visualizes the idea that a successful career is based on the combination of deep technical expertise (the vertical bar) and wide and broad boundary-crossing skills (the horizontal bar).
Data scientists master the technical skills of data engineering, and know how to use data-warehouses, build a data pipeline and access Big Data cloud solutions. They have the analytical skills of machine learning, and can translate a business opportunity into a data-science problem, apply the data-analytic workflow to develop a model, and test and implement it in a Python environment.
Data scientists are also business savvy, understand how business models and strategies work, are able to manage data-science projects delivering results, and in general, know what it takes to get things done in large and complex organizations.
Data-science applications in professional organizations range from initiatives to make current processes and services more efficient common applications are in smart maintenance, production planning, marketing, product and reliability improvement, anomaly detection and early warning systems. But organizations should also think beyond the horizon of current products and services, as data science is creating important
Unlock the power of Data Science for your organisation with a Data Science for Health program at JADS.