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Nick Diamond

Nick develops market strategy and messaging for MarkLogic's healthcare and life sciences business. Before joining MarkLogic, Nick worked in advisory and consulting capacities at the MITRE Corporation and Booz Allen Hamilton, respectively, where he supported the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services with policy and operational challenges around implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

Nick has deep subject matter expertise across the health care domain, with particular strengths in health law, bioethics, and public health. His work has appeared in law reviews, leading peer-reviewed journals, and popular media outlets. He has taught health care ethics at the university level, lectured in both medical schools and schools of public health, and appeared multiple times on MSNBC as an expert in public health law.

Nick studied philosophy and theology as an undergraduate at Georgetown, law at Charleston Law, and bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently finishing a master of laws (LL.M.) in global health law at Georgetown Law, where he also serves as an Articles Editor and member of the Article Review Committee for The Food and Drug Law Journal.

Where did you grow up?

Centreville, VA

What was (is) your favorite subject?

Law (or philosophy, which often overlap)

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?


What is your favorite TV show/series? Why?

Seinfeld–just timeless humor.

Do you prefer cats or dogs? Why?

Dogs! I have a 7 year old lab/beagle mix.

Infographic: Just a few years ago, health systems were generally operated as revenue centers—the more patients seen, the more money made. But, in today’s reality of outcomes-based reimbursement, hospitals must be run as cost centers—ensuring their margins by eliminating inefficiencies and waste that contribute to hospital readmissions, reduced reimbursement and costly penalties. The remedy lies in a flexible data strategy ...
As healthcare transitions to the world of risk-based reimbursement, measuring data is crucial to ensuring quality of care. Watch the video to learn more about the vital role of data in patient health outcomes.
As healthcare transitions to the world of risk-based reimbursement, your data strategy must evolve to meet the changing requirements of your organization. Learn more about reaching beyond traditional sources of data to effectively improve patient health outcomes.
Payers and providers are tasked to keep up in an industry of rigorous demands and near constant change. Will your organization be able to quickly adapt to what’s next? Bill Fox, Vice President for Healthcare and Life Sciences at MarkLogic, explains why a flexible data strategy is key. Watch the Video!
To escape the time and money trap of legacy systems – adopting the right mindset is just as critical as adopting the right technology. Think about what you’d gain from breaking down the data silos that hold back your business. Can you really afford not to change?
Life sciences companies store and leverage petabytes of data. To maximize the value of this data for solving key business challenges, from managing real-world evidence to accelerating drug discovery, they need to leverage metadata as a key component of their data strategy.
Healthcare organizations don’t often ask the right fundamental questions about their data strategy. By going back to basics, healthcare organizations can develop a data strategy that aligns with enterprise business objectives.
Learn about key challenges in healthcare client onboarding, and why a traditional approach results in operational inefficiencies and potential damage to customer and client relationships.