The healthcare industry continues to buzz about big data and all it can accomplish for reducing waste, optimizing service delivery, improving patient care, and impacting overall population health. Although other organizations may be hiring data scientists, it's important to determine if that addition is necessary for your health system, at what point it will be necessary, and if there are other roles that might meet the organization's needs and budget better.
Mary Kypreos is the Recruiting Manager for Greythorn's Open Source & Big Data Practice. In this white paper, she shares the definition of a data scientist and that of a data engineer, describes their typical skill sets, and explains when you might need one or the other. She also provides suggestions for other roles you might consider for your organization's data science needs, how to manage the interview process, and tips for finalizing the hire.
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