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(HSI) Health Systems Initiative Seminar: Data-Driven Design: Rethinking Buildings’ Role in Healthcare Delivery Event Logo

(HSI) Health Systems Initiative Seminar: Data-Driven Design: Rethinking Buildings’ Role in Healthcare Delivery

by Health Systems Initiative

Seminar Data Analytics Healthcare Health Systems Healthcare Delivery

Thu, 29 Oct 2020

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Thursday October 29, 2020, 12:30pm – 2pm
A growing body of evidence demonstrates that healthcare facilities play critical roles in driving the patient experience, operational efficiencies, and patient health outcomes. Although data-driven approaches are prevalent in healthcare, a lack of architectural data has resulted in these crucial assets being overlooked as tools for health system improvement. In this lunch seminar, MIT alumni and co-founders of Spatio Metrics will discuss how their startup is leveraging data science and machine learning to enable a data-driven approach to building design and management. 

Sonal Singh is co-founder and CEO of Spatio Metrics.
Jim Peraino, RA, EDAC is co-founder and CTO of Spatio Metrics.

Join us - https://mit.zoom.us/j/93963234492?pwd=UEozbi93WHBDeTBPYW1ZeU5Dd2VTZz09

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Sonal Singh

Co-founder and CEO

Spatio Metrics

Sonal Singh is co-founder and CEO of Spatio Metrics. Prior to founding Spatio Metrics, she worked across industries to develop and launch technical solutions such as Discover’s mobile payment platform, VISA’s product analytics tools, and most recently MyFitnessPal’s premium digital wellness experience. She is passionate about the notion that nuances in the built environment can drive culture, engagement, and health outcomes. Sonal holds an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.


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Jim Peraino

RA, EDAC co-founder and CTO of Spatio Metrics

Spatio Metrics

Jim Peraino, RA, EDAC is co-founder and CTO of Spatio Metrics. As a licensed architect and software developer, his work focuses on making it easier to generate, access, and act upon evidence about how architecture influences our health. Prior to co-founding Spatio Metrics, Jim worked at MASS Design Group, where his projects included regional hospitals currently under construction in Rwanda and Liberia. He holds a Master of Architecture from Harvard and a Master of Science in Computer Science from MIT, where his research focused on data science and artificial intelligence. 



 

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