Join us at HAS 17 – September 12-14, 2017 in Salt Lake City

Sean Stohl

Senior VP, Product Development, Health Catalyst

Sean started with Health Catalyst in 2012. He oversees the Data Acquisition Services Team in Product Development that works with Health Catalyst’s clients to bring their source system data into their Enterprise Data Warehouse. Sean also works on the Catalyst Analytics Platform and enhancing it to bring in new sources of data into the EDW. Prior to joining Health Catalyst, Sean worked at Goldman Sachs in the Private Wealth Management Technology group. Sean managed a team that oversaw the systems that dealt with clients’ cash including daily sweeps to money market funds and payment service activities including checking account, debit card, and bill pay transactions. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Sean was employed by Intel Corporation working on various software initiatives for Intel’s semiconductor factories along with working on Intel’s Enterprise Data Warehouse. Sean holds a MS in Information Systems Management and a BS in Business Management from Brigham Young University and is an avid BYU sports fan. Sean and his wife, Megan, have 5 kids (3 girls and 2 boys) and they reside in South Jordan, UT. Sean’s hobbies include a love/hate relationship with running, golfing, fishing, horseback riding, and being able to spend time with his family.

Bryan Hinton

Senior VP, Platform Engineering, Health Catalyst

Bryan joined Health Catalyst in February 2012 to lead up the development of what has become the Health Catalyst Analytics Platform. Prior to joining the Catalyst team, Bryan began his career with Intel eventually being responsible for the development of Intel’s Manufacturing Data Warehouse. That responsibility included deploying the Data Warehouse solution to Intel Factories worldwide and introducing streaming and near real-time data capture and analysis. Following that Bryan headed up the Software Engineering Practices and Tools and the .NET Center of Excellence at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. His teams serviced several hundred engineers and dozens of development teams. At both places he spent a lot of time working with data and has always loved seeing what stories the data in an organization has to tell and how it can spark and drive change. Bryan holds a BS in Computer Science from BYU.

30 - Powerful Ways to Use Hadoop in your Healthcare Big Data Strategy (Technical Session)

Sean Stohl (Senior VP, Product Development, Health Catalyst), Bryan Hinton (Senior VP, Platform Engineering, Health Catalyst)

Session Overview

Big Data, Big Data, Big Data – everybody is talking about it, but why and how is it being done? Come ready to talk about emerging healthcare big data use cases that are begging for the help of practical and powerful technologies like Spark, Kafka, Hive, and Elastic Search. If applied appropriately, these technologies can rev up your data warehouse and help you to address evolving data-driven healthcare needs around unstructured data, real-time data feeds, and machine learning.

Armed with technical and clinical know-how, Bryan and Sean will tag team to give you a practical understanding where to get started with these technologies. Together, they will also give you a glimpse how they think these technologies will evolve over time.