Dr. Diane Gutiw holds a PhD in Medical Information Technology Management where she conducted doctoral research on medical expert system modeling and adoption. Diane acts as an advisor to federal health organizations and chairs the Health Analytics Community for Canada Health Infoway.
Diane has over 25 years of experience in the design, development and delivery of highly integrated big data solutions across numerous industries including municipal government, healthcare, social services, justice, elections, emergency services and education.
Most recently, Diane is being engaged by organizations to assist in better understanding their data through data science, AI and Machine Learning to expand the scope of evidence-based decision making.
In the modern, connected world, data is abundant. But while we’re awash in data, can we use it to get actionable data insights and quantified future outcomes? In this session, drawing on case studies and concrete examples Canada and beyond, we demonstrate how all data can be put to work, uncovering non-obvious—and sometimes surprising— insights that benefit all citizens.