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Ashley Pitlyk

Ashley Pitlyk's focus as the Director of Data Science at MedeAnalytics is to support the company's Data Science and Machine Learning initiatives. Ashley earned her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Sam Houston State University and then Ph.D. from St. Louis University. After spending time teaching mathematics and statistics as a professor at Mary Baldwin College, she transitioned into government contracting where she worked as a data scientist and analytical tools developer and then into the Healthcare Technology Industry.

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Crawl, Walk, Run: Bringing Data Science into your Organization

By Ashley Pitlyk

In this three-part series, we’ve been detailing a tiered approach to introducing and incorporating data science into your organization. In Part One: Crawl and Part Two: Walk, we discussed how to get started from scratch and start building out a dedicated data science program. Today, we’ll dive into the third and final phase to see how to grow quality, centralize governance, incorporate user feedback, and more.

Crawl, Walk, Run: Bringing Data Science into your Organization

By Ashley Pitlyk

In this three-part series, we’re exploring a tiered approach to introducing and incorporating data science into your organization. In Part One: Crawl, we discussed how to get started from scratch. Today in Part Two: Walk, we’ll address issues that may emerge and how to overcome them, how to build out a dedicated data science team, and more.

Crawl, Walk, Run: Bringing Data Science into your Organization

By Ashley Pitlyk

Part 1 Throughout my career as a data scientist, I’ve been lucky enough to have a few opportunities to build data science teams, processes, and models from the ground up. Introducing data science into your organization can feel overwhelming, so I’ve put together some recommendations to help you along the way. While it’s incredibly tempting…

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