25 February 2019
25 February 2019, London (UK): ImproveWell LTD (“ImproveWell” or “the Company”) announces the appointment of Edmond O’Driscoll as the Company’s lead Data Scientist.
Edmond brings significant content production, product design and data science expertise to ImproveWell having spent nine years working with innovative creative technologies. Most recently Edmond delivered machine learning tools from datasets across the hotel, recruitment and housing industries, and has also worked with augmented reality apps and educational tools. His broad skillset and strategic approach helps organisations to unlock data insights to drive change. Edmond holds a Bachelor of Science in Product Design and Innovation from the University of the West of England and has completed the full-time Data Science Immersive course at General Assembly where he also held a teaching assistant position.
Lara Mott, CEO and Co-founder of ImproveWell, commented: “As ImproveWell continues to grow, we are investing in our data analytics and machine learning capabilities to deliver increasingly valuable insights to our healthcare customers. Having advised ImproveWell since November 2018, Edmond is a strong addition to the team and is well-placed to lead our Data Science strategy.”
Edmond O’Driscoll, Data Scientist at ImproveWell, said: “Empowering frontline staff to drive change is a mission that technology can transform. As ImproveWell unlocks potential across the healthcare workforce, I am looking forward to leading the development of cutting-edge Data Science solutions to support our customers’ staff engagement and continuous improvement initiatives.”
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Notes to Editors:
A more engaged workforce leads to better patient outcomes and improved performance. ImproveWell is a digital solution focused on Quality Improvement (QI) which empowers frontline staff to drive change. ImproveWell has three core feedback systems: staff can share theme-based improvement ideas; staff can share how their day at work is going, helping organisations track workforce sentiment; and staff can complete bespoke pulse surveys. An intelligent data dashboard allows programme leads to capture real-time data, prioritise QI efforts, measure change and publish reports, completing the feedback loop. From the ward to the board, everyone can make suggestions to improve their workplace. For further information, please visit www.improvewell.com.
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