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Office Hour with Tim Darling and Arijit Sengupta

Tim Darling (Objective Health, McKinsey & Company), Arijit Sengupta (BeyondCore)
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  • Population health opportunity identification and implementation strategies, especially those that use big data
  • Statistical approaches to unlocking insights from big data
  • Optional: Bring your anonymized data (up to 25 columns and 100,000 rows in a CSV file) and BeyondCore will analyze your data live for free
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Tim Darling

Objective Health, McKinsey & Company

Tim Darling leads Research and Product Development at Objective Health. Objective Health is the branch of McKinsey & Company’s healthcare practice charged with serving community hospitals and health systems. He is responsible for building the platform of tools and analytics solutions that power Objective Health’s products and client service efforts. Tim is an expert on leveraging big data and cutting edge analytics to bring strategic and financial insights to US hospitals and health systems. Prior to joining McKinsey in 2010, Tim led the development of enterprise web applications at the University of Maryland. He has an MBA from the Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business and BS in both Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Arijit Sengupta


Arijit Sengupta is the CEO of BeyondCore, the Chair of the Big Data and Advanced Analytics SIG at the Service Research and Innovation Institute (SRII), the Chair of the Cloud Computing Chapter of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP), and a member of the Cyber Security Advisory Group set up by NASSCOM and the Government of India. BeyondCore received awards such as Gartner Cool Vendor in Business Process Services 2012, GigaOm Structure Launchpad 2011 and the UP2010 Overall Most Innovative Cloud Provider. Arijit has guest lectured at Stanford and other universities on globalization and outsourcing; spoken at conferences in a dozen countries; and was written about in The World Is Flat release 3.0, the New York Times, San Jose Mercury News, and other leading publications. Arijit held leadership positions at several eBusiness initiatives and previously worked at Oracle, Microsoft, and Yankee Group. He has been granted eight patents in the domains of advanced analytics, Business Process as a Service, business process improvement, operational risk, privacy and information security. Arijit holds an MBA with Distinction from the Harvard Business School and Bachelor degrees with Distinction in Computer Science and Economics from Stanford University.

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