Dr Vic Strecher | Unlocking Data Workshop
During his work at HealthMedia Inc, Vic improved data sharing by creating a centralised database used across Northern America. This data sharing led to huge economic opportunity, including his own, as the company sold to Johnson & Johnson in 2008.
The purpose of this workshop was to discuss the reality of data sharing, especially in the health and social assistance fields.
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