As most Americans are hanging their flags and buntings, cleaning their grills, and planning their spots along parade routes, in anticipation of Independence Day, burn centers and hospitals across the country are gearing up for the inevitable burn-related casualties that spike during America’s favorite holiday. In 2017, there were 4 deaths and close to 13,000 reported fireworks-related injuries, and the numbers are expected to rise as many states are lifting their bans and restrictions.
It wasn’t that long ago when the average person never heard of statistics or analytics, but today, nearly everything around us is driven in some way by statistics. In the world of sports, data has been applied to baseball for quite some time, but as we’re seeing over the last decade, basketball is rising to the top as the sport most affected by the use of analytics. Sports injuries result in substantial economic loss by restricting participation, so it is no surprise that statistical analysis and medical technology are playing increasingly important roles in injury prevention and athletic performance.
Most, if not all, programmers for Navitas Data Sciences have 10 or more years of experience in SAS Programming to support biotech and pharmaceutical programming requirements.
What should you expect from a high level “A-Team” SAS Programmer? We’ve consolidated some of the wonderful feedback we’ve received from our customers and feel confident that any sponsor would appreciate the same level of expertise. Here’s what to look for in your programmer.