Webcast: Better decision making in Healthcare with SPSS Statistics

When:  Feb 27, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (PT)
Summary

Come learn how IBM SPSS Statistics helps researchers in the healthcare field find insights. Dr. Bob Hayes talks to three SPSS Statistics users to learn how SPSS Statistics helps them across each phase of the healthcare research process, including planning, data collection, data management, analysis, and reporting. The three panelists will share their unique perspectives and experience with SPSS Statistics. From an independent consultant to research professors, these data pros will talk about how they used SPSS Statistics to identify best practices in medical procedures, predict stress for commuters, identify predictors of dementia and explore the relationship between US hospital quality and patient experience.

 

About SPSS Statistics

SPSS Statistics is a comprehensive set of statistical tools to help you work inside a single, integrated interface to run descriptive statistics, regression, and advanced statistics and create charts, tables, and decision trees. Integrated with open source tools, SPSS Statistics lets you enhance the SPSS syntax with R and Python through specialized extensions. It enables healthcare organizations worldwide support medical research, improve disease management, monitor the quality of patient care, improve operational efficiency, maintain accreditation, combat healthcare fraud, and protect public health. To learn more about SPSS Statistics for Healthcare, click here.

Bob E. Hayes, PhD
Bob E. Hayes, PhD
Moderator

Bob E. Hayes, PhD, is the senior director of research and analytics at Indigo Slate. Bob is a seasoned SPSS Statistics user who’s used the service in analytics projects ranging from customer loyalty measurement and rating bias to consumer auto quality ratings, online dating habits, and data science skills.

Gunilla Rudander
Gunilla Rudander
Panelist

Gunilla Rudander, is an independent consultant with a s. She has a background as a statistician at Karolinska Institute (5 years) and consultant at SPSS Sweden (17 years). In this webinar, she will talk about how she used SPSS to help her identify metrics and predictors of dementia, including cleaning data sets, creating measures and recoding of data.

Murtaza Haider, PhD
Murtaza Haider, PhD
Panelist

Murtaza Haider, PhD, is a professor at Ryerson University. He is a syndicated columnist with Post Media in Canada and the author of Getting Started with Data Science. He uses data and analytics in analyzing housing markets and forecasting travel behavior and demand. He’s experienced in providing training for business analytics, applied econometrics and statistics, and geographic information systems.

Priscila R. Armijo, MD
Priscila R. Armijo, MD
Panelist

Priscila R Armijo, MD, is an assistant professor at University of Nebraska Medical Center. She uses SPSS Statistics in her research on healthcare outcomes. In this webinar, she will talk about how she compares different treatment techniques to identify best practices in hernia repair. Key outcomes include pain, opioid use, costs, complication rates and readmission rates.