Author Rob O'Neill
Healthcare Field CTO, DataRobot
Rob O’Neill has twenty years’ experience in the healthcare industry and has a passion for the harnessing of data to drive health service transformation and improve patient outcomes. Prior to joining DataRobot as Field CTO for Healthcare, Rob led the delivery of data science and analytics for an integrated healthcare provider and system in the UK. Rob has worked in analytical leadership roles within a variety of healthcare providers within the UK’s National Health Service.
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Snowflake and DataRobot partner to offer a highly advanced, fully cloud-native healthcare transformation platform, designed to tackle some of the most complex challenges ever faced by health and care systems.
Another year at HIMSS has come and gone and DataRobot remains as energized as ever! This year was a big moment for the DataRobot team. We debuted our growing healthcare organization, offered a preview of the AI Cloud DataRobot 8.0 release, and had hundreds of conversations surrounding the impact of AI and the substantial support for the healthcare industry.
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Through our Snowflake and DataRobot partnership, we are offering the world’s most advanced, fully cloud-native healthcare transformation platform to tackle some of the most complex challenges ever faced by health and care systems.
Through our Snowflake and DataRobot partnership, we are offering the world’s most advanced healthcare transformation platform that’s fully cloud-native to tackle some of the most complex challenges ever faced by the NHS.