Jeremy Albisser

Data Scientist, Data & Technology Solutions
Toronto, Canada

About Jeremy


Data + Work = Information
Information + Work = Analytics
Analytics + Work = Good Decisions

Me = Worker

Areas of Expertise

healthcare, decision support , Data & Information, Data Science

An idea worth spreading

Managing healthcare is cheaper than ignoring it.

I'm passionate about

Transforming data into useful information for evidence-backed decision-making


York University

Talk to me about

You bring the idea & need, I'll bring the data & decision support.

Maps, visualizations, infographics, #OpenData

Performance Measurement, Management and Accountability

People don't know I'm good at


My TED story

After viewing Hans Rosling's 2nd TED talk (followed quickly by the 1st and every other), TED quickly replaced the TV as my major form of entertainment. However Rosling's software, made available by Google, eventually had an even greater impact.

Within 6 months I'd left my position as Manager of Research, Health Records and Decision Support at a $125M/1.1M client, integrated home/community care health service management organization to found Data & Technology Solutions with the intention of bring Trending Visualizations in the form of Business Intelligence to Ontario health service provider organizations.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

Jeremy Albisser
Posted about 3 years ago
What have you accomplished in response to a TEDTalk?
Yeah! I quit my Job! ... and decided to strike it out on my own to develop a Hans Rosling/Gapminder inspired healthcare performance measurement, management and accountability decision support system. Thanks to TED I've already received awards and accolades for my work (and much higher personal life satisfaction!). Then, after Tim Berners-Lee's call for OpenData, I started finding, integrating and including as many opendata sets as I could scrape together into a data visualization tool and making them freely available to everyone to assist in evidence-based decision-making: Check it out at TED changed my life and providence willing will eventually lead to improvements in equitable access to health care services, healthcare performance and the general health, welfare and satisfaction of my fellow citizens. ~jba