Yavneh alumni Drew Goldstein, who heads up Palantir’s U.S. commercial healthcare team with colleague Jeremy David, was recently featured in a CNBC story about how his 4-person team’s software is helping hospitals process greater numbers of incoming patients.
The pair said they were given around 12 weeks to build a solution for Tampa General, and their work in Florida was already underway when the Cleveland Clinic’s chief information officer called to give them an even shorter timeline: eight weeks.
“For better or for worse, I’m quite hopeful and optimistic,” David said in an interview with CNBC. “I was like, ‘Eight weeks? We can get something live in three.’”
In one case, Ohio’s Cleveland Clinic was able to take on more incoming patients due to Palantir’s AI-powered platform predicting large numbers of discharges. The platform accomplishes this by converting complex data into information easily understandable by healthcare workers. The result has been better care and reduced stress among hospital staff. Goldstein and his team developed the solution by shadowing doctors and nurses at hospitals in Ohio and Florida, including overnight shifts.
Drew loved math while learning at Yavneh, significantly contributing to his studies and leading him to his current career! Some standouts during his time at Yavneh were Mrs. Fine’s class, Morah Hannah’s teachings, and his precious time with Mrs. Warner.
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