Mel Hall Dedication
HSI Names Predictive Modeling Lab in Mr. Hall's Honor
DATE: Thursday, June 12, 2008
TIME: 3:00 PM
LOCATION: 828 W. Peachtree St, NW - Suite 215
In recognition of Mel Hall's contribution and continued support, the Health Systems Institute (HSI) at Georgia Tech and Emory University is naming the Predictive Modeling Lab (Suite 215) in his honor. HSI will be holding the dedication, Thursday, June 12th at 3:00pm. Don P. Giddens, Dean of the College of Engineering, the Lawrence L. Gellerstedt, Jr. Chair in Bioengineering and Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and Gregory D. Abowd, Distinguished Professor of Interactive Computing in the College of Computing and HSI Interim Director, will be hosting the event. Refreshments will be served.
ABOUT MEL HALL
Mr. Hall is the Chairman and CEO of Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. (CHS), the industry's trusted provider of onsite health centers and national examination programs. CHS is an organization that focuses on prevention, wellness and primary care programs. His responsibilities at CHS include corporate strategy and financial oversight. Over the past five years, Mr. Hall has been part of CHS' team developing an analytical and management approach for changing the corporate onsite health care delivery model and health cost dynamics. He was a major concept contributor for the Workforce Health Assessment Model (WHAM) developed by the Health Systems Institute at Georgia Tech as well as instrumental in the establishment of the HSI's Predictive Modeling Lab. Mel received a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree from Georgia Tech in 1967 and a M.S. degree in Engineering Management from the University of Alaska in 1970. He is a U.S. Army veteran.
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