Marmi Le

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Marmi Le (California)

Marmi is a healthcare analytics veteran who has worked in the industry for two decades. 

Formerly a business intelligence developer at Children’s Hospital Colorado, she provided evidence that infectious disease preventionists’ efforts to properly isolate covid-suspected/positive patients were working, among other analyses since the start of this crisis in support of the hospital system’s covid command center. 

As cofounder of Pie and Donut Analytics last year, she wrote a two-part series of articles on Medium about being a data worker in these pandemic times – “How to make a covidiot-proof COVID-19 dashboard” and “A Tale of Two Covid-Era Data Whistleblowers.” 

You can read them here https://medium.com/swlh/how-to-make-a-covidiot-proof-covid-19-dashboard-46943bcb125d and here https://medium.com/datadriveninvestor/a-tale-of-two-covid-era-data-whistleblowers-9b71c4384851

A few words from those who submitted Marmi Le:

“Marmi has been a data hero for almost a quarter century. After working as a research associate in the finance industry for 5 years, she was laid off when the first tech bubble burst, then for the next almost two decades until November 2020 has practiced advanced data analytics in the healthcare industry. She has saved California an estimated $334M per year as statistician for the state’s Medicare program, performed a lead role in projects directly helping transplant patients and their caregivers as a data analyst and certified Improvement Advisor for Kaiser Permanente, and identified ~$40M in annual savings from Medicaid drug purchasing and served as a data science mentor at IBM Watson Health. More recently, she created dashboards and performed various ad hoc requests supporting the COVID-19 command center and infectious disease department at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Currently, Marmi is a cofounder at Pie and Donut Analytics, a consulting firm specializing in healthcare data.”

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