Prior to joining Iora Health, Omkar worked as a Director of Engineering in Veriskhealth and ikaSystem architecting and developing healthcare analytics platform. He is passionate about mining large dataset, optimizing massive data processing that have complex clinical & financial rules in relational & non relational database systems and automation of data integration processes in data warehousing environments. He has a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Tribhuvan University Nepal and a MS in Software Engineering from Brandeis University.
Obviously accuracy is important anytime an organization communicates with publics. People want accurate information about what happened and how that event might affect them. Because of the time pressure in a crisis, there is a risk of inaccurate information. If mistakes are made, they must be corrected. However, inaccuracies make an organization look inconsistent. Incorrect statements must be corrected making an organization appear to be incompetent. The philosophy of speaking with one voice in a crisis is a way to maintain accuracy.