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John Shepard

John Shepard
Data Architect for Clinical Business Analytics, Stanford University

John Shepard received his BA in Math and MBA from Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA. He then moved to Baltimore to work as the Biostatistician for Hospital Epidemiology, Infection Control, and Antimicrobial Stewardship at The Johns Hopkins Hospital under Trish Perl and Sara Cosgrove. John transitioned to a role as the clinical analyst for Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control for The Johns Hopkins Health System where he developed processes to integrate and report data from the five hospitals in the Johns Hopkins Health System.

While in Baltimore, John received his Masters in Health Administration and Certificate in Public Informatics from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Upon graduation, he moved to Stanford Hospital and Clinics where he worked as the Quality Analyst for Infection Prevention and Control Department under Sasha Madison. John now acts as a Data Architect for Clinical Business Analytics in the fields of infection control, critical care, chronic disease management, and public health. John’s research focus is in clinical algorithm development and financial modeling of quality improvement initiatives.


Andrew Cardon (Health Catalyst), John Shepard (Stanford University)
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Hospital reporting requirements are increasing, resulting in the need for more surveillance. The issue is how to streamline surveillance in order to shift resources from surveillance toward clinical interventions that result in improved outcomes. Read more.

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