The market landscape, especially for rare diseases, is dynamic and presents a unique set of challenges for the life sciences industry. Unlike the case for broader disease states, most rare disease patients are not correctly diagnosed for an average of seven years due to misdiagnoses, patient data sparsity or ambiguous coding.
To address these challenges, the industry is increasingly relying on data-driven insights and predictive modeling for improved decision-making.
In his insightful presentation at the 2020 Orphan Drug and Rare Disease Congress, Oodaye Shukla, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, outlined how we can leverage artificial intelligence to advance rare disease patient identification and drug commercialization.
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- How to build an AI-compatible data ecosystem that incorporates healthcare and non-healthcare data sources.
- How to extract actionable insights, such as identifying undiagnosed patients, from data through AI.
- What constitutes an AI-driven insight and how to translate these insights to drive the next best action for commercial activities.
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Chief Data and Analytics Officer
Oodaye Shukla serves as EVERSANA’s Chief Data and Analytics Officer. His broad experience in such industries as health care, telecom, the U.S. Department of Defense, and U.S. intelligence Community, spans more than 20 years. Oodaye started his career at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, building optical and digital computers and developing neural network models […]