Terry Whitlock, Health Care Expert
Terry Whitlock is an employee of BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee. He has more than 15 years of analytical experience in managed care. He has utilized SAS for nearly 13 of his 15 years over a wide variety of research in the field of managed care. Over his career he has been published in Managed Care Interface and presented research at Best of Blues as well as Academy Health Research
simply download the Interview file at http://decisionstats.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/20091027-112844.m4a
Here is an interview I did at M2009 with Anne Milley, senior SAS Strategist – This is an audio interview so listen on-
or if bandwidth is too slow, you can download the interview here itself
Faye Meredith of SAS was kind enough to speak aloud the questions
This was a nice follow up on the March interview
Anne H. Milley is senior director of SAS’ technology product marketing in worldwide marketing, Anne Milley oversees the marketing of SAS technologies. Her ties to SAS began with her thesis on bank failure prediction models and the term structure of interest rates. She completed this at The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas and became a manager in the credit group. She continued her use of SAS at 7-Eleven, Inc. as a senior business consultant performing sales analysis and designing and conducting tests to aid in strategic decision-making, e.g., price sensitivity studies, advertising and promotion analysis.
Milley has authored various papers, articles and an award-winning report for the 1999 KDD Contest: http://www-cse.ucsd.edu/users/elkan/kdresults.html. She co-chaired the SAS Data Mining Technology Conferences, M2001 and M2002 as well as SAS’ inaugural forecasting conference, F2006. She has served on web mining committees for KDD and SIAM and on the Scientific Advisory Committee for Data Mining 2002. In 2008 she completed a 5-month working sabbatical at a major financial services company in the United Kingdom.
Disclaimer- Travel and Stay Expenses to Data Mining 2009 were paid for me by SAS Institute. This is as per FCC regulations to bloggers. All opinions expressed are personal and not representing any organization.