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Tuesday, March 8 • 11:45am - 12:45pm
Data Mapping and Mining -- Tips, Tools, Tales and Tricks

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Your pool has probably already embarked on some sort of  data mapping or data mining journey – maybe as part of an analytics project, to coordinate data between work groups,  or as the starting step in a new system implementation.  The need for such projects will continue to grow, both in number and complexity. Whether you are the pool executive  director, a manager, or on the pool Board of Directors, you  will be asked to approve a data mapping project and its  related, sizable investment in technology and staffing resources.  Regardless of the underlying project or technology need for  data mapping and mining, such efforts are fraught with difficulty. To be successful, your pool must effectively align information resources, make sure the project starts with “clean” data, choose an appropriate technology solution, assign correct timelines, establish accountabilities, and more. This session will help you identify key concerns, common problem areas, and techniques to avoid typical mistakes when reviewing a data mapping or mining project.

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Alex Swedlow

President, California Workers' Compensation Institute
Alex Swedlow serves as President of the California Workers’ Compensation Institute (www.cwci.org), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the operation of the California workers' compensation system through research and education. Alex over 25 years of experience in health services research, public policy analysis, and data development and has published numerous research stud... Read More →

Tuesday March 8, 2016 11:45am - 12:45pm CST
Governors Chamber CDE