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Join our seminar in Cambridge: Connected Natural language processing

201 Broadway, 4th floor , Massachusetts, Cambridge, 02139, United States

When:

Time: 6:30am PDT, 9:30am EDT, 2:30pm BST, 3:30pm CEST

Duration: 360 minutes


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Natural language processing is a powerful technology that is being applied in new and innovative ways across healthcare. Join our in-person seminar series to hear about the advances in NLP and machine learning techniques being applied within healthcare, pharma and government organizations. Learn about new applications for leveraging NLP to unlock key insights from unstructured text to improve patient outcome, safety assessment, brand awareness, and more.

The seminar will be focusing on topics such as precision medicine, risk adjustment, population health as well as generating high-quality data and insights for drug discovery, safety, regulatory and medical affairs teams. 

The agenda will include presentations from client organizations using IQVIA NLP, as well as product updates and overview from IQVIA. There will also be opportunities for knowledge sharing, hands-on learning, and time to network with IQVIA NLP experts, customers and other seminar attendees.  

Agenda Main Topics:  

The final agenda will be available in the weeks ahead but use cases will cover: 

  • Providers & Health Systems, Payers & Insurance Companies 
  • Pharma discovery, safety, regulatory, and medical affairs 

Who should attend:  

  • Current customers – we would love to say hi in person and show you our latest solutions 
  • Researchers, scientists, product teams, clinicians, or anyone struggling to get the information you need from volumes of unstructured records and texts – we can provide solutions and innovation
  • If you’re a data scientist, technical architect, executive in innovation, analytics quality or have an enterprise data role working with lots of unstructured data or looking for NLP solutions - this is for you.

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