Fred Rahmanian is Geneia’s chief data scientist. He brings more than 20 years of experience as a healthcare data scientist and software architect and a track record of building applications that integrate diverse data sources to solve the most sophisticated problems in healthcare. Rahmanian was recently named to IndustryEra’s list of 10 Best CTOs of 2019. Called a “true technological visionary,” he earned this distinction for “his decades of experience in software development, data analytics and artificial intelligence” and “his creation and leadership of the Geneia Data Intelligence Lab (GDI Lab).”
Before joining Geneia, Rahmanian was principal data scientist at IBM Watson Health. He also held leadership roles at KPMG and Siemens Healthcare. Rahmanian has been awarded patents for his work to improve patient data; four are granted and two are pending.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer and information science and a master’s degree in software engineering from the University of Maryland University College. He also has a graduate certificate in health informatics from Columbia University. He continues to be a guest lecturer in Columbia’s HIT certificate program, and has served on many governmental and industry expert panels, including the HIMSS Task Force on Healthcare Quality Measure Development.