Features: Data & Business Analytics

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Data & Business Analytics, Economics & Policy, Social Impact

Privacy Protection and the Future of Digital Platforms

A panel of tech industry experts and academic researchers discussed the ongoing legal, ethical, and political debates over data privacy.

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The Workplace, Data & Business Analytics, Strategy

What’s a Fair Price in a Pandemic?

New research highlights the role of value when judging fairness.

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Data & Business Analytics, Social Impact, Economics & Policy

What You Buy Could Reveal How You Vote

The social media we follow and what we consume says a lot about our political affiliations.

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Healthcare, Data & Business Analytics, Economics & Policy

Do Hospital Mergers Bring Down Costs?

New analysis shows that examining marginal costs provides a clearer picture of potential savings.

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Healthcare, Data & Business Analytics

How To Get COVID-19 Testing Right

Professors Carri Chan, Assaf Zeevi, and Daniel Russo analyze how testing 300 people in New York City for COVID-19 antibodies could help stem a second wave of the pandemic.

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Healthcare, Data & Business Analytics

Harnessing Healthcare Data to Find Lifesaving Cures

Sunny Grewal ’13 founded OMNY to help life sciences companies acquire the data they need to develop life-saving cures and let healthcare systems open new revenue streams.

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Healthcare, Data & Business Analytics

Streamlined Access to Information in Hospitals Is the Difference Between Life and Death

Michael Bouton ’16, chief medical information officer of NYC Health + Hospitals, oversees crucial medical records systems for the city’s public healthcare network.

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Leadership, Data & Business Analytics

How to Make Sound Decisions With Limited Data During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Marketing professor Oded Netzer explains the challenges of data-driven decision-making during the COVID-19 crisis.

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