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IEM student's group wins first place at OSU CHSI Health Data Shootout

Industrial Engineering and Management graduate students Ankita Khurana and Rahul Sati won first place with their group Special Chai, “Health: A game of disease progression” at the OSU CHSI Health Data Shootout. The competition was hosted by Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Systems Innovation (CHSI) and was open to all majors. They were recognized on October 13th at the award ceremony.

https://spears.okstate.edu/news/2016/10/19/osu-chsi-health-data-shootout-awards-top-student-groups/

https://chsi.okstate.edu/health-data-shootout/

First place: Special Chai, “Health: A game of disease progression”
Pankush Kalgotra, PhD in Management Science and Information Systems
Ankita Khurana, M.S. in Industrial Engineering and Management
Rahul Sati, M.S. in Industrial Engineering and Management
Shubham Singh, M.S. in Management Science and Information Systems

 

A Health Data Analytics Competition

"Data analytic competitors will arm themselves with their analytics arsenal to identify innovative, data-driven health care business and care solutions from data modules provided by Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Systems Innovation. Competitors will take their best shot at finding meaningful insights aimed at impacting health whether that be rethinking gold standards of care, defining a more effective flow of care, insights in care outcomes, algorithms for predictive medicine and clinical decision making, or more. Competitors are encouraged to aim high and shoot far!"

Three teams with the top awards are below.

First place: Special Chai, “Health: A game of disease progression.”
Pankush Kalgotra, PhD in Management Science & Information Systems
Ankita Khurana, M.S. in Industrial Engineering & Management
Rahul Sati, M.S. in Industrial Engineering & Management

Shubham Singh, M.S. in Management Science & Information Systems

Second place: Beyond the Numbers, “Enhancement of clinical decision making using predictive modeling.”
Archana Chinnaswamy, M.S. in Business Analytics
Swarup Jacob, College of Education

Third place: HealthChurn, “Exploration of hospital readmission rates and non-clinical paths for Native Americans in West South Central census zone.”
Ankita Srivastava, M.S. in Healthcare Administration
Rupesh Agrawal, PhD in Management Science & Information Systems
John Grammer, M.S. in Management Science & Information Systems
Shanmugavel Gnanasekar, M.S. in Business Analytics
Ravi Shankar Subramanian, M.S. in Business Analytics