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Deep Dive with Dr. Geoffrey Malafsky, Dr. Robin Bloor and InsideAnalysis
Live webcast on Oct. 28, 2013
The high-profile federal Web site, Healthcare.gov, suffered an epic failure to launch on Oct. 1, but what, exactly, went wrong? Tune into this inaugural episode of Deep Dive to find out! We'll interview veteran federal contractor and Data Scientist, Dr. Geoffrey Malafsky of Phasic Systems, Inc., and Dr. Robin Bloor, Data Scientist and Co-Founder of InsideAnalysis.com, as they discuss the brass tacks of why Obamacare's flagship sank in the harbor, and what can be done about it.
Malafsky and Bloor will provide granular details surrounding Healthcare.gov's Web architecture, as well as the development atmosphere, critical strategic choices taken, the constraints of federal Information Technology acquisition practices, and the value of realistic data resolution practices and methodologies. We'll take questions live from our Web audience, and from Twitter participants who use the hash tag of #FixOcr.
The presenters will then discuss various ways to get the site up and running. In particular, Malafsky will outline his PSI-KORS Methodology, which was used to save a $300 million data resolution project with the United States Navy. He'll explain how the process effectively circumvents office politics while creating a simple meta-model that resolves even the most complex and heterogeneous environments in days or weeks instead of months and years. The methodology is now freely available to the public.
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