Graham Hughes, MD
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Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Graham Hughes is an industry expert in SAS Institute’s Healthcare & Life Sciences Center for Health Analytics and Insights (CHAI). He has 20+ years experience working with leading edge healthcare organizations in design and development of enterprise clinical software.

Recent Posts

Health and Life Science Leaders Gather to Discuss the Impact of Big Data Analytics

Want to get a glimpse of the future of healthcare?  Would you like to be able to hear what leading organizations are doing to prepare ... Read More

Data is King for CMS Bundled Payment Pilots

On January 31st 2013, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the widely anticipated list of more than 450 organizations that will begin ... Read More

And the winner is.....??

Well, it's finally upon us:  It's the eve of the US Presidential Election, and by end of day tomorrow we will know whether The Patient Protection ... Read More

Of black swans, dragon kings, strange attractors and seahorses

Two rather random events have made a strong impact on me during the twenty years or so I have spent working on clinical information systems. ... Read More

Big data in healthcare - The new gold rush

In a prior post I made some estimates of the global size and growth rate of medical data stored in databases across the world.   ... Read More

How big is 'big data' in healthcare?

In my last post I spoke to the problem of medical data overload as it relates to our innate human inability to store and process more ... Read More

Healthcare has a problem: big data & the law of seven

In one of the most quoted papers on psychology ever written, George Armitage Miller claimed that he had been persecuted by an integer.  That integer ... Read More
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