Analytics | Data for Good
Josh Morgan 0
3 ways data can help homeless youth 

What comes to mind when you think of a “homeless person”? Chances are, you’ll picture an adult, probably male, dirty, likely with some health conditions, including a mental illness. Few of us would immediately recall homeless individuals as family members, neighbors, co-workers and other loved ones. Fewer still are likely aware of how many youths (both minors and young adults) experience homelessness annually.  Homeless youth is a population who can

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Mike Pflug 0
What do identity thieves covet the most?

Recently nine pharmacists from across the country were charged for their part in a $12.1M health care fraud scheme. The pharmacists allegedly took money for prescription medications that were neither purchased nor dispensed. The indictments further allege that the defendants billed Medicare and Medicaid for medications that were often medically unnecessary and for some medications that were purportedly dispensed to

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Tom Wriggins 0
COVID opens door to pervasive healthcare fraud

It's easy to get distracted by new developments in the fight against healthcare fraud. New services. New providers. Relaxation of rules. The COVID-19 pandemic has quickly revolutionized the healthcare landscape. For instance, the government made sweeping regulatory changes to accommodate a surge in patients. Healthcare delivery and payment organizations, commercial

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Jen Dunham 0
Fighting bribery and corruption with supplier integrity

Bribery and corruption continue to plague governments and organizations around the world. Brazil’s Operation Car Wash, the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia, the FIFA bribery case and many others continue to make headlines. The prevalence of widespread, coordinated corruption and bribery is alarming and seems to continue to grow, despite ongoing sanctions and fines meant to deter these

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Timo Kettunen 0
Adding insult to injury: Workplace safety and fraud

If a cinderblock falls from the 4th floor of a building and crushes a construction worker’s foot, it’s terrible. If it lands on his head, it’s truly tragic. But the difference is sheer luck.  Every employee deserves to return home safely from work. Unfortunately, accidents happen, which is why employers must carry mandatory workers’ compensation

Artificial Intelligence
Michel Sayag 0
L’Intelligence Artificielle dans la sphère publique & les Collectivités

L'Intelligence Artificielle dans nos sociétés impacte nos modes de vie et habitudes (assistants de navigation d’aide à la conduite, alertes d’activités douteuses sur nos comptes bancaires, …). Dans le monde de l'entreprise, elle favorise l’émergence de nouveaux marchés et améliore l’efficacité commerciale.Les cas d'utilisation de l'IA se développent. Récemment dans

André Novo 0
O futuro da eficiência no setor público está no uso inteligente dos dados

Como utilizar soluções tecnológicas de análise de dados para garantir ganho de eficiência, de produtividade, e oferecer respostas mais rápidas e assertivas na solução de problemas? Essas são questões comumente levantadas por diversas organizações privadas, e a busca por resultados as obrigam a buscar essas respostas. No setor público, entretanto,

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Internet of Things
Javier Alexander Rengifo 0
Analítica, operadores de telecomunicaciones y 5G: una combinación necesaria

En la actualidad, la industria de las telecomunicaciones enfrenta uno de los mayores desafíos de su historia y al mismo tiempo una de las mejores oportunidades. Se trata de la transición a la quinta generación de las comunicaciones móviles, la tecnología 5G, la cual ya está presente en al menos 40 países,

Work & Life at SAS
Josh Morgan 0
Mental health recovery during COVID can be complicated by the workplace

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and Recovery Month, which have the important goals of preventing suicide and promoting the idea that recovery from behavioral health conditions is achievable. Amid an unprecedented year of stressors, 2020’s awareness months around behavioral health conditions have become more relevant to far more people.  In recognition of the challenges and changes in people’s work lives,

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence
Javier Alexander Rengifo 0
Analítica avanzada, una de las tecnologías que ayudan a la reactivación de las empresas en Colombia… y en toda Latinoamérica

Ser más eficiente gastando menos recursos Vender más (aún en estos tiempos) Tener unido a los equipos de trabajo, a pesar de las distancias Mantener seguro el entorno TIC de la empresa ahora desde casa Tomar las decisiones correctas en medio de escenarios de incertidumbre Afectación directa a la producción

Analytics | Data for Good
Josh Morgan 0
Mental health and criminal justice connections studied in innovative California program

Getting people with mental health conditions the help they need is a top priority for many Californians, according to a recent California Health Care Foundation report. In 2004, Golden State voters approved the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). Enacted into law in January 2005, MHSA has generated approximately $15 billion

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence
Conciencia situacional, ¿cómo las tecnologías exponenciales ayudan a tomar mejores decisiones frente al COVID-19?

Los gobiernos y los diferentes sectores están creando protocolos para reactivar muchas de las actividades que solíamos hacer antes de la pandemia reduciendo los riesgos. Ante esta nueva etapa de apertura y reactivación, ¿se ha puesto a pensar en el tipo de decisiones que tiene que empezar a tomar ahora?

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Data for Good | Data Visualization
Melanie Carey 0
Are your hospital resources at risk of hitting capacity?

How have healthcare providers and governmental agencies predicted the fast-changing, potentially exponential increase in the need for medical services and equipment through the various stages of the COVID-19 pandemic? Mathematical techniques that attempt to model and understand the likely spread of the disease have been instrumental. The SEIR model is

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