Mike Berger joined Mount Sinai's new population health initiative, Mount Sinai Health Partners at the end of 2015 and is now the VP of Data Science and Informatics where he's accountable to develop our data driven decision making (D3M) strategy. This can't be done without creating a high performing data science group with a mix of advanced analytics, storytelling visualizations and population health domain expertise. Then aligning the skills and tools of his team with the business need to better manage the health and wellness of a population over 350k under financial risk. Finally, finding innovative ways to deliver these insights to physicians, care management teams and executives - right data, right device at the right time means better decisions for the patient and the business. Mike has over twenty years of experience across a combination of large health systems and payer organizations as well as entrepreneurial startups and management consulting. Mike also acts as the committee co-chair for the HIMSS Clinical & Business Intelligence community and is an active member of multiple healthcare data warehousing and informatics associations. Originally from Huntington Beach, CA, Mike has an Industrial and Systems Engineering degree from USC, a healthcare project management certification from Harvard's Graduate School of Public Health and is completing his Masters from NYU Stern in May, 2018.