from Nashville, TN
Education: Asbury University
Bachelor of Arts, Communications and Philosophy
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Masters, Business Administration
Damian enjoys spending time with his three daughters and wife.
In his role, Damian leads a team of data scientists and experts, transforming healthcare data into meaningful strategic insights. As the lead for the company’s predictive analytics service, Damian offers providers and hospital systems descriptive analytics, exploratory data analysis, inferential analytics, and mechanistic analysis.
Before joining Intermedix, Damian was the Chief Data Scientist at WPC Healthcare, a company focused on machine learning and predictive analytics solutions for improving clinical and financial outcomes. Throughout his professional career, Damian has held a variety of positions in the healthcare, finance, and mortgage banking industries, working with companies like Hospital Corporation of America, Coventry Healthcare, and Morgan Stanley.
As a leading authority on healthcare data science, Damian speaks nationally and internationally on patient safety, global health, and applied data science.
Damian’s work has been published in The International Clinical Pathology Journal, Current Trends in Biomedical Engineering & Biosciences, and The International Journal of Biomedical Data Mining. Through regular competitions, he is ranked in the “top one percent” globally as a data scientist. Damian earned the title of 2015 Nashville Technology Council Data Scientist of the Year, 2016 Sepsis Hero Finalist, and the 2017 Best Use of AI in Food, Health, and Medicine for machine learning innovation in the Emergency Department.
Damian has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Asbury University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce. He also received a project management certificate from Stanford University and worked on accounting and economics coursework at Harvard University.
Aside from his professional career, Damian enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters.