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    [email protected] - WEBINAR - Thursday, December 19, 2019

    December 19, 2019
    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Case Study Webinar: Preparing Your Platform for Artificial Intelligence

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center installed its content management system in 1989. It has since evolved into an enterprise platform with more than 900 million pages of patient financial and medical records. This session will cover the partnered approach MSK has taken to prepare for next-generation technological capabilities that are key to its life-saving mission. Paul and Gene will discuss MSK’s roadmap to automation that all began with a drastic rethinking of their approach to information architecture.

    Panel Includes:

    Paul Cortellesi started his data career when records were constrained by the 80 columns available to IBM Punched Cards.  He has coded systems for Banking, Brokerage, Medical, Insurance, Rental, and Pesticide businesses.  While these may appear wildly different, they all share two common themes: First, one must learn what is meant by the business data, especially when implementing a company’s first system, and second, one must learn the endless cycle of how that data transforms the business and is itself transformed by the business.

    An IBM User Board leader and frequent lecturer, Paul was recently selected as an IBM Analytics Champion for his leadership and significant contributions to the technical community.

    Eugene Stakhov, CRM, CDIA+ is a senior ECM/Information Governance Solution Architect at enChoice, Inc., with a technical background in software development.  During his career, Gene has provided customers with expert guidance on matters ranging from enterprise taxonomy development to technical system implementation solutions in the Banking/Finance, Insurance, Technology and Utilities sectors.

    His work includes implementing a highly visible, complex email and electronic records management initiative to address the regulatory compliance challenges of a large utilities company.  This solution won the IBM Innovation in Technology Award.

    Gene is also a long-time leader of the ARMA Metropolitan New York City Chapter, and currently serves as President.


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    Partnering and sponsorship opportunities for this and other ARMA Metro NYC events are available. To learn more, contact Alexander Geroev at [email protected].


     

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