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Barry Gay is lead editor for the SAS Customer Story Program. Before joining SAS in 2000, he was an award-winning editorial writer, columnist and reporter for his hometown newspaper in rural eastern North Carolina.

Recent Posts

Treating patients like customers

The panel discussion at last week's SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference surfaced plenty of ideas, opinions and, ... Read More

As doctor and patient, Christensen offers unique view of health care

What's the cure for high-cost health care and medical diagnoses that miss the mark? Technology and analytics, says  Clayton M. Christensen, ... Read More

CHAI launches online community for health care, life sciences

The SAS Center for Health Analytics and Insights (CHAI) has launched an online community to connect leaders and practitioners in ... Read More

BCBSNC, SAS collaborate for better care, better costs

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) and SAS are collaborating to help health plans offer more and ... Read More

Keep up with HLS conference proceedings online

Whether or not you're attending the SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference in person, you can still keep up ... Read More

7 must-reads for health care

Looking ahead to Thursday's SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference, we shared seven must-reads for life sciences yesterday. Today, ... Read More

7 must-reads for life sciences

Attending the 9th Annual SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference this week? No need to pick up a magazine ... Read More

Brighter insights, better care theme of SAS executive event

UPDATE: Removes Twitter handle attributed in error to Berwick in earlier version. During the 9th Annual SAS Health Care & Life Sciences ... Read More
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