Scope e-Knowledge Center Partners with American Academy of Physician Assistants to Provide 'Big Data' Services
Jun 20 13
Scope e-Knowledge Center announced that it has entered into a partnership with the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) to provide big data analytics solutions. Scope has considerable experience in research and data engagements with clients and will leverage this expertise for the AAPA assignment. Scope’s data scientist team will leverage over 250 different types of data sources which will be reviewed and analyzed for improved data governance, maintenance of data quality, and to promote better sharing of information. Scope has adopted an advanced analytics process that can handle multi-structured and unstructured data. Its solutions help business organizations with informed decision making, predicting industry changes and identifying new opportunities. Scope’s data scientists will assist AAPA’s research team with custom reports, insights and recommendations to aid AAPA’s strategic decisions. The data collected includes social media feeds, survey data, marketing and membership data, content related data and journal subscription information. The solution is being used by AAPA to support membership retention, mailing campaigns, events and enhanced content strategies.
The American Academy of Physician Assistants Announces Board of Directors Election Results
May 1 13
The American Academy of Physician Assistants announced the results of its election for president-elect and three directors-at-large. John McGinnity, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA, of Attica, Mich., was elected president-elect of the Academy, and will serve a one-year term beginning in June. In July 2014, he will assume the presidency of the Academy. Diane M. Bruessow, PA-C, DFAAPA, of Middle Village, N.Y., Alan N. Bybee, MPA, PA-C, of Ogden, Utah, and Jeffrey Katz, PA-C, DFAAPA, of Hickory, N.C., were elected as directors-at-large, for two-year terms.