Utilization of Data Analytics for Financial Risks – 2019

Risks come in many forms and flavors, and agencies collect lots of data in various formats, both structured and unstructured. All of this data represents valuable pieces of information or context about risks. The Health Resources and Services Administration has implemented a data-driven approach to make faster and better informed risk-based decisions.

Speakers: Joseph Roach, Health Resources and Services Administration; Rick Amrhein, Health Resources and Services Administration


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