The House of Delegates (HOD) selected the topic of Technology: Big Data for discussion at the HOD Fall 2019 Meeting. What do we mean by "Big Data"? In the most general explanation, it refers to extremely large data sets that may be analyzed computationally to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, especially relating to human behavior and interactions. Data may come from a wide variety of sources such as digital transactions, social media, smartphones, sensors, “smart” home devices, electronic health records and health care claims, to name a few. A few examples of Big Data include tracking food intake and steps taken on a smartphone, using sensor data to predict weather, and self-driving cars. As a part of the HOD meeting dialogue, delegates will dive further into what is needed to elevate the role of RDNs and NDTRs and improve outcomes in all areas of practice by leveraging Big Data. We are seeking constituents' input to contribute to the dialogue on Big Data.
Please answer the questions below on Big Data before the end of day on Thursday, October 3, 2019. The survey should take approximately five minutes of your time. The input will be shared with your delegate(s) as well as the entire HOD to help inform the dialogue on October 25, 2019 during the Fall 2019 House of Delegates (HOD) Virtual Meeting. Thank you for your time.
You may receive this survey multiple times, but you only need to complete it one time as results are shared with the delegates you select below.