Jason is an Advisor to Pappas Capital where he is involved in the firm’s assessment of disruptive technologies. He is also a Partner at CREO Inc. where he leads the firm’s Analytics and Data Sciences practice. Previously, he served as System Vice President and founding Chief Analytics Officer for the UNC Health Care System where he was responsible for analytical strategy, R&D, data governance, and consulting services for the $5 billion state-wide health delivery system.
Jason is the author of one of the leading books on business analytics in health and life sciences (Health Analytics: Gaining the Insights to Transform Health Care, Wiley, 2013), and has served as both a founder and advisor to multiple industry and academic think tanks focused on business transformation with emerging technologies, analytics, and data sciences. He has designed and taught new curricula in two of the top US business schools: Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Previously, Jason served as global head of health and life sciences strategy, research and development for SAS, as well as holding strategy and management roles in organizations such as Microsoft, Quintiles, and GlaxoSmithKline.
University of Missouri – Columbia (MA in Cognitive Neuroscience)
Virginia Tech (BS in Psychology, Chemistry)