Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College recently partnered with IBM’s Institute for Electronic Government to present Healthcare Analytics: Transformation & Innovation for the Public Good, a workshop that focused on the use of data analytics in the health care industry to improve clinical quality, operational efficiency and patient safety.
- Facilitate problem-driven inter-disciplinary research on IT management and policy problems
- Enable innovative multi-dimensional collaborations between iLab faculty, students and organizational partners
- Incubate entrepreneurial culture by encouraging the creation of intellectual property by faculty and students
- Serve as channel to create and distribute educational and research products of the school
iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an inter-disciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business. It is designed to:
Heinz College researchers show that HBO television exposure increases DVD sales for all movies — but has a much stronger impact on “Long Tail” movies than on big hits.