Healthcare Disparities, Big Data, Zip Codes, & Why it Matters

Healthcare Disparities, Big Data, Zip Codes, & Why it Matter...

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Jing Wu, PharmD is the Geospatial Pharmacist  Jing Wu, PharmD, MPH Jing Wu graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 with a dual degree Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Public Health. She served as the APhA Foundation Executive Resident in Association Management & Leadership in Washington, D.C. In her role, she manages the Foundation awards, grants, and scholarship programs, among other projects across the enterprise. Wu places great value on patient and provider empowerment. She strives to create communities of mutual understanding where a self-determined quality of life is attainable for all. She is enthusiastic about emphasizing a culture of health and aims to improve healthcare infrastructure through collaborative practice. Her strengths and interests include innovative strategizing, sustainability development, pharmacy and patient advocacy, and inspiring others to cultivate resilience and hope.  About the host:  David Berkowitz PharmD    Innovative pharmacy leader, intrapreneur and entrepreneur who is committed to helping those at the frontlines in healthcare spend their time wisely, efficiently, and on interventions that matter. Passionate about maximizing finite resources, improving the clinician-patient relationship by leveraging tools that improve healthcare delivery, nudging patients to make healthy choices, implementing predictive models to improve medication safety and enabling data-driven driven healthcare through quantitative pharmacology and machine learning. About ESRI Esri is the global market leader in GIS and has helped customers improve results since 1969. We build ArcGIS, the world's most powerful mapping and spatial analytics software. ArcGIS connects everyone, everywhere through a common visual language. It combines mapping and analytics to reveal deeper insight into data, helping organizations create positive change in industry and society. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jing Wu, PharmD is the Geospatial Pharmacist  Jing Wu, PharmD, MPH Jing Wu graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 with a dual degree Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Public Health. She served as the APhA Foundation Executive Resident in Association Management & Leadership in Washington, D.C. In her role, she manages the Foundation awards, grants, and scholarship programs, among other projects across the enterprise. Wu places great value on patient and provider empowerment. She strives to create communities of mutual understanding where a self-determined quality of life is attainable for all. She is enthusiastic about emphasizing a culture of health and aims to improve healthcare infrastructure through collaborative practice. Her strengths and interests include innovative strategizing, sustainability development, pharmacy and patient advocacy, and inspiring others to cultivate resilience and hope.  About the host:  David Berkowitz PharmD    Innovative pharmacy leader, intrapreneur and entrepreneur who is committed to helping those at the frontlines in healthcare spend their time wisely, efficiently, and on interventions that matter. Passionate about maximizing finite resources, improving the clinician-patient relationship by leveraging tools that improve healthcare delivery, nudging patients to make healthy choices, implementing predictive models to improve medication safety and enabling data-driven driven healthcare through quantitative pharmacology and machine learning. About ESRI Esri is the global market leader in GIS and has helped customers improve results since 1969. We build ArcGIS, the world's most powerful mapping and spatial analytics software. ArcGIS connects everyone, everywhere through a common visual language. It combines mapping and analytics to reveal deeper insight into data, helping organizations create positive change in industry and society. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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